premium

listen to the pronunciation of premium
Englisch - Türkisch
(Hukuk) prim

Sen sigorta primi olarak ayda 10.000 yen ödüyorsun. - You pay 10,000 yen a month as an insurance premium.

Benim primlerim yükselecek mi? - Will my premiums go up?

ikramiye
bir şeye itibari değerinden fazla olarak verilen fiyat
(Ticaret) acyo
değer payı
yüksek kaliteli
mükafat
kesenek
sigorta primi

Sen sigorta primi olarak ayda 10.000 yen ödüyorsun. - You pay 10,000 yen a month as an insurance premium.

ödül
yarışmada verilen ödül
{i} getiri
çok
çok rağbette
hediye
hisse senetleri veya paranın mübadele farkı
{i} kâr payı
{i} tic. acyo, prim
itibari değeri üstünde
{i} çıraklık ücreti
sigorta ücreti
(Hukuk) ek ücret
premium documents
prim belgeleri
premium earned
(Sigorta) kazanılmış prim
premium incomes
prim gelirleri
premium instalment
(Ticaret) prim tesisi
premium pay
(Ticaret) prim ödemesi
premium pay
(Ticaret) fazla mesai primi
premium policy
(Politika, Siyaset) prim politikası
premium portfolio
(Sigorta) prim portföyü
premium price
(Ticaret) yüksek fiyat
premium production
(Sigorta) prim üretimi
premium products
son teknolojik ürünler
premium rate service
(Telekom) özel tarifeli hizmetler
premium receipt
(Sigorta) prim alındı teyidi
premium receipt
(Ticaret) prim makbuzu
premium stock
(Ticaret) primli hisse senedi
premium tariff
(Ticaret) prim tarifesi
premium transfer
(Sigorta) prim transferi
premium bond
primli tahvil
premium deal
primli işlem
premium insurance
prim sigortası
premium system
prim jüyesi
Premium per capita
Kişi başına düşen prim, kişi başına düşen kar payı
premium quality
En iyi kalite
premium quality
birinci kalite
premium quality
üst kalite
premium steel
prim çelik
premium system
prim sistemi
premium time
zaman primi
premium advice note
(Sigorta) prim ihbar notu
premium loading
(Sigorta) prim yüklemesi
premium on bonds issued
(Ticaret) tahvilat emisyon primi
price premium
fiyat prim
price premium
prim fiyatı
additional premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) ek prim
at a premium
(Ticaret) primli
earned premium
(Ticaret) kazanılmış
earned premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) kazanılmış prim
extra premium
ek prim
freight premium
(Kanun) navlun primi
gross premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) brüt prim
net premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) net prim
override premium
(Turizm) ek prim
share premium
(Ticaret) hisse senedi ihraç primleri
term premium
(Ticaret) vade primi
at a premium
zor bulunur
at a premium
nadir
dollar premium
dolar primi
gold premium
altın primi
incentive premium
teşvik primi
insurance premium
sigorta primi
risk premium
risk primi
waiver of premium
prim hakkından vazgeçme
bond premium
tahvil primi
call premium
itfa primi
compensation premium
takas primi
current premium
cari prim
draft premium
poliçeye uygulanan iskonto
effective premium
gerçek prim
equity premium
özsermaye kar payı
exchange premium
kambiyo primi
export premium
ihracat primi
gold premium
altın-primi
inflation premium
enflasyon prim
non-premium motor oil
non-premium motor yağı
personal insurance premium
bireysel sigorta primi
single premium
tek prim
accelerating premium
(Ticaret) artan oranlı prim
acceleration premium
(Ticaret) verimlilik primi
accrued premium
(Ticaret) tahakkuk eden prim
addition to the premium
(Ticaret) prim zammı
adjustable premium policy
(Sigorta) ayarlanabilir prim poliçesi
advance premium
(Ticaret) peşin ödenen prim
annual premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) yıllık prim
assurance by single premium
(Ticaret) tek primli sigorta
at a premium
fazla fiyatla
at a premium
rağbette
at a premium
tutulan
bank premium
(Ticaret) banka ikramiyesi
basis premium
(Ticaret) baz prim
basis premium
(Ticaret) ana prim
be at a premium
tutulmak
be at a premium
rağbette olmak
bond premium
(Ticaret) tahvil ihraç primi
call for the premium
(Ticaret) primin kaldırılması
call premium
(Ticaret) alış opsiyonu primi
college wage premium
(Ticaret) üniversitelinin ücret primi
compensation agreement premium
(Ticaret) takas primi
dairy premium
mandıra primi
direct premium
(Ticaret) doğrudan prim
direct premium income
(Kanun) direkt prim istihsali
draft premium
(Ticaret) poliçeye uygulanan ıskonto
estimated net premium income
(Sigorta) tahmini net prim geliri
estimated premium income
(Sigorta) tahmini prim geliri
exchange premium
(Ticaret) kambiyo kurunun prim yapması
extra premium for sea risk
(Askeri) deniz rizikosu sürprimi
forward premium
(Ticaret) vadeli kur primi
full premium
(Ticaret) tam prim
future annual premium
(Sigorta) gelecekteki yıllık prim
gold premium
(Ticaret) altının prim yapması
gross earned premium
(Sigorta) brüt kazanılmış primler
gross net premium income
(Sigorta) brüt net prim geliri
gross premium income
(Sigorta) brüt prim geliri
incentive premium
(Ticaret) özendirme primi
initial premium
(Sigorta) başlangıç primi
installment premium
(Sigorta) taksitle ödenen prim
level premium
(Sigorta) değişmeyen prim
liquidity premium
(Ticaret) likidite primi
liquidity premium hypothesis
(Ticaret) likidite primi hipotezi
market risk premium
(Ticaret) piyasa risk primi
minimum premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) asgari prim
natural premium
(Sigorta) doğal prim
net earned premium
(Sigorta) net kazanılmış primler
net earned premium
(Sigorta) kazanılmış net prim
net premium income
(Sigorta) net prim geliri
net written premium income
(Sigorta) net akdedilmiş prim geliri
no premium
(Ticaret) primsiz
original gross premium
(Sigorta) asli brüt prim
original gross premium income
(Sigorta) asli brüt prim geliri
original net premium
(Sigorta) asli net prim
pay a premium for
-i pahalıya almak
pay a premium for
pahalıya almak
per capita premium
(Sigorta) kişi başına ödenecek prim
put a premium on
teşvik etmek
rate of premium
(Ticaret) prim rayici
rate of premium
(Ticaret) prim ücreti
redemption premium
(Ticaret) geri satın alma primi
redemption premium
(Ticaret) itfa pirimi
redemption premium
(Ticaret) itfa primi
renewal premium
(Ticaret) yenileme primi
return premium
(Sigorta) iade primi
sell at a premium
prim yapmak
sell at a premium
yüksek kâr ile satmak
sell at a premium
kâr getirmek
selling at premium
(Ticaret) primli satış
share premium hisse senedi ile
(Ticaret) hisse senedi ihraç primi
special premium
(Ticaret) hususi prim
stock premium
(Ticaret) hisse senedi acyosu
stock risk premium
(Ticaret) hisse senedi risk primi
summer premium
(Ticaret) yaz primi
time premium
(Ticaret) zaman primi
uniform premium
(Ticaret) sabit prim
unpaid premium
(Sigorta,Ticaret) ödenmemiş prim
waiver of premium
(Sigorta) primden feragat
war risk premium
(Ticaret) savaş rizikosu primi
war risk premium
(Politika, Siyaset) savaş rizikosu sürprimi
weekly premium
(Ticaret) haftalık prim
winter premium
(Ticaret) kış primi
with a premium
ikramiyeli
written premium income
(Sigorta) akdedilmiş prim geliri
year free of premium
(Sigorta) prim alınmayan yıl
yearly premium
(Ticaret) yıllık prim
Englisch - Englisch
Superior in quality; higher in price or value
An unusually high value
A bonus paid in addition to normal payments
The amount to be paid for an insurance policy
A prize or award
The amount by which a security's value exceeds its face value
Something offered at a reduced price as an inducement to buy something else
{n} an advance to a bargain, a bounty
The cost of insurance coverage for a specified risk and time period
The amount paid for an insurance policy, usually paid annually
the amount of money paid into an insurance policy
{i} supplementary charge, additional charge; amount paid for insurance; prize, reward; tuition
A sum in advance of, or in addition to, the nominal or par value of anything; as, gold was at a premium; he sold his stock at a premium
having or reflecting superior quality or value; "premium gasoline at a premium price"
payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military
In insurance, the fee paid to an insurance company in exchange for risk protection For an annuity, the payment made to build an annuity accumulation In stocks, the amount by which a stock's price exceeds its Par value For a bond, the amount by which the sale price of the bond exceeds the Face Value
The amount you pay in exchange for health insurance coverage
The periodic payment to Medicare, an insurance company, or a health care plan for health care coverage
a fee charged for exchanging currencies
The periodic payment required to keep an insurance policy in force
A reward or recompense; a prize to be won by being before another, or others, in a competition; reward or prize to be adjudged; a bounty; as, a premium for good behavior or scholarship, for discoveries, etc
Payment made at fixed intervals for an insurance policy
A premium is a sum of money that you have to pay for something in addition to the normal cost. Even if customers want `solutions', most are not willing to pay a premium for them Callers are charged a premium rate of 48p a minute
If you place a high premium on a quality or characteristic or put a high premium on it, you regard it as very important. I place a high premium on what someone is like as a person
(1) the amount a price would be increased to purchase a better quality commodity; (2) refers to a futures delivery month selling at a higher price than another, as "July is at a premium over May;" (3) cash prices that are above the futures price, such as in foreign exchanges If the forward rate for Italian lira is at a premium to spot lira, it is selling above the spot price See Contango, Discount; (4) the money, securities or property the buyer pays to the writer for granting an option contract
The amount of money an insurance company charges for insurance coverage
payment for insurance
When you're talking about insurance, a premium is the cost of the insurance policy
Money paid in advance for insurance coverage
A premium is the annual amount paid for an insurance policy
The amount of money a policyholder pays for insurance protection The amount is deemed necessary to pay current losses, to set aside reserves for anticipated losses, and to pay expenses and taxes necessary to operate the company during the time period for which the policies are in force Premiums allow the company to generate a reasonable profit that reinforces future solvency and contributes to the company's growth In the case of a reciprocal insurer, the premiums allow the company to offer insurance to new applicants without the need for additional capital contributions
an amount paid on a regular schedule by a policyholder that maintains insurance coverage
- The amount payable for an insurance policy
The annual payment from the individual to the insurance policy to keep the policy active
The amount payable for an insurance policy
Something offered or given for the loan of money; bonus; sometimes synonymous with interest, but generally signifying a sum in addition to the capital
The sum paid by a policyholder to keep an insurance policy in force
If something is at a premium, it is wanted or needed, but is difficult to get or achieve. If space is at a premium, choose adaptable furniture that won't fill the room. = scarce
An amount paid periodically (usually monthly) to buy health insurance coverage
The payment(s) a policyholder is required to make in order to keep a life insurance policy in force Premiums may be made quarterly, semiannually, or annually by check or automatic bank withdrawal In some cases, a monthly option may be made available
Premium goods are of a higher than usual quality and are often expensive. the most popular premium ice cream in this country. = luxury
A sum of money paid to underwriters for insurance, or for undertaking to indemnify for losses of any kind
The amount paid to a health plan or insurance company by an employer or beneficiary for health insurance coverage
The price of insurance an insured person pays for a specified risk for a specified period of time
The amount of money paid to the insurance company in return for insurance protection Typically, a premium is payable once a year for the next year's insurance coverage Other modes of payment may include monthly, quarterly, semiannual or a single premium payment Also see Life Product Comparison
If you buy or sell something at a premium, you buy or sell it at a higher price than usual, for example because it is in short supply. He eventually sold the shares back to the bank at a premium
When a closed-end fund's market price is more than its underlying net asset value (NAV), it is said to be trading at a premium So if a fund trading at a 10% premium owns a portfolio of stocks collectively worth $10 a share, the market price for the fund is actually $11 a share Unlike open-end funds, closed-ends trades like stocks on an exchange, so a fund's price is determined by investor demand for its shares An excess of demand can cause the fund's market price to be more than its underlying portfolio value - the source of the premium See "Closed Or Open End?" BACK TO TOP
A premium is a sum of money that you pay regularly to an insurance company for an insurance policy. It is too early to say whether insurance premiums will be affected
payment for insurance having or reflecting superior quality or value; "premium gasoline at a premium price
prem
Agio
Premium Bond
a method of financial investment available to UK citizens where, instead of interest payments, investors have the chance to win tax-free prizes, or get their money back
premium-rate telephone number
A telephone number for which an extra charge is assessed to the caller, part of which is returned to the owner of the number
premium-rate telephone numbers
plural form of premium-rate telephone number
premium bond
If a bond sells for more than its par or face value, it is said to be selling at a premium
premium bond
A bond with a selling price that is above its face (par) value
premium bond
A note or bond selling at a price above par
premium bond
A premium bond sells at a current market price that is more than its face value Bonds sell at a premium when the coupon on the bond is higher than prevailing rates For example, you might have to pay $1,090 for a bond with a 6% coupon if new issues yielding 5 5% are available for $1,000 BACK TO TOP
premium bond
A bond whose market price is above its face value (or "par value") Because bonds usually mature at face value, a premium bond has less potential to appreciate in price than a par bond does
premium bond
– A Bond selling above par; the opposite of a Discount Bond
premium bond
A bond selling above par or face value
premium bond
A bond that sells above its par value; occurs whenever the going rate of interest falls below the coupon rate
premium bond
A bond that is selling above its face value or redemption price
premium bond
A bond selling above par; opposite of a discount bond The excess over par is called the premium
premium bond
a government bond that bears no interest or capital gains but enters the holder into lotteries
premium bond
In Britain, premium bonds are numbered tickets that are sold by the government. Each month, a computer selects several numbers, and the people whose tickets have those numbers win money. a document that you buy from the government in Britain, which gives you the chance to win a large amount of money each month
premium bond
A bond that has a market price that is greater than the bond's principal or par value Contrast with discount bond
premium bond
A bond that is selling for more than its par value
premium freight
(Ticaret) Additional charges paid to a transportation provider to expedite shipments in order to meet a required date. Often used as a partial measure of on-time shipment performance
premium rate
[General] price of insurance for a single unit of EXPOSURE
premium rate
Sum of all actuarial elements necessary to describe the financial coverage of a risk
premium rate
= The price per unit of insurance An example would be a Property Insurance rate of 10 cents per $100 of the value of the property to be insured
premium rate
The price per unit of insurance An example would be a Property Insurance rate of 10 cents per $100 of the value of the property to be insured (G)
premium rate
amount paid to a carrier for providing insurance coverage under an insurance contract
premium rate
The amount of premium paid in, not including any interest earned
premium rate
premium rate number/line/service a telephone connection to a particular service or company that costs a lot more than the usual rate when you call it because the company you are calling takes some of the money that you pay
premium rate
The price per unit of insurance An example would be a Property Insurance rate of 10 cents per $100 of the value of the property to be insured
premium rate
The price per unit of insurance coverage, generally presented as a cost per thousand dollars of coverage (See also: rate )
premium
A premium is the annual amount paid for an insurance policy
premium
The amount you pay in exchange for health insurance coverage
premium
an amount paid on a regular schedule by a policyholder that maintains insurance coverage
premium
The amount of money a policyholder pays for insurance protection The amount is deemed necessary to pay current losses, to set aside reserves for anticipated losses, and to pay expenses and taxes necessary to operate the company during the time period for which the policies are in force Premiums allow the company to generate a reasonable profit that reinforces future solvency and contributes to the company's growth In the case of a reciprocal insurer, the premiums allow the company to offer insurance to new applicants without the need for additional capital contributions
premium
The sum paid by a policyholder to keep an insurance policy in force
premium
Money paid in advance for insurance coverage
premium
The amount paid to a health plan or insurance company by an employer or beneficiary for health insurance coverage
premium
a fee charged for exchanging currencies
premium
- The amount payable for an insurance policy
premium
the amount of money paid into an insurance policy
premium
The payment(s) a policyholder is required to make in order to keep a life insurance policy in force Premiums may be made quarterly, semiannually, or annually by check or automatic bank withdrawal In some cases, a monthly option may be made available
premium
The amount paid for an insurance policy, usually paid annually
premium
payment for insurance
premium
In insurance, the fee paid to an insurance company in exchange for risk protection For an annuity, the payment made to build an annuity accumulation In stocks, the amount by which a stock's price exceeds its Par value For a bond, the amount by which the sale price of the bond exceeds the Face Value
premium
The annual payment from the individual to the insurance policy to keep the policy active
premium
The price of insurance an insured person pays for a specified risk for a specified period of time
premium
The cost of insurance coverage for a specified risk and time period
premium
The periodic payment to Medicare, an insurance company, or a health care plan for health care coverage
premium
When you're talking about insurance, a premium is the cost of the insurance policy
premium
The amount payable for an insurance policy
premium
having or reflecting superior quality or value; "premium gasoline at a premium price"
premium
(1) the amount a price would be increased to purchase a better quality commodity; (2) refers to a futures delivery month selling at a higher price than another, as "July is at a premium over May;" (3) cash prices that are above the futures price, such as in foreign exchanges If the forward rate for Italian lira is at a premium to spot lira, it is selling above the spot price See Contango, Discount; (4) the money, securities or property the buyer pays to the writer for granting an option contract
premium
The amount of money paid to the insurance company in return for insurance protection Typically, a premium is payable once a year for the next year's insurance coverage Other modes of payment may include monthly, quarterly, semiannual or a single premium payment Also see Life Product Comparison
premium
An amount paid periodically (usually monthly) to buy health insurance coverage
premium
The amount of money an insurance company charges for insurance coverage
premium
Payment made at fixed intervals for an insurance policy
premium
The periodic payment required to keep an insurance policy in force
premium
payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military
premium
When a closed-end fund's market price is more than its underlying net asset value (NAV), it is said to be trading at a premium So if a fund trading at a 10% premium owns a portfolio of stocks collectively worth $10 a share, the market price for the fund is actually $11 a share Unlike open-end funds, closed-ends trades like stocks on an exchange, so a fund's price is determined by investor demand for its shares An excess of demand can cause the fund's market price to be more than its underlying portfolio value - the source of the premium See "Closed Or Open End?" BACK TO TOP
price premium
The reflection of anticipated future price changes contained in market interest rates The component in gross market interest rates which attempts to allow for the anticipated changes in the purchasing power of money, i e , prices Because changes in the quantity of money usually precede their effects, the price premium tends to lag behind changes in purchasing power The price premium is added to, or subtracted from, the originary rate of interest and is one reason for the spread between the originary and market interest rates
price premium
The increase in price of a drug over its main comparator(s)
at a premium
At a high, or higher than expected, price
at a premium
Above par value
at a premium
Scarce, in short supply

Disk space on that server is at a premium.

bond premium
The amount that the purchaser pays in buying a bond that exceeds the face value or call value of the bond
buyer's premium
A bonus paid by a buyer in addition to normal payments or cost. Usually such payment is made to an auctioneer or merchandise club to cover administrative costs
call premium
The amount over par value an issuer must pay to redeem a callable bond on a call date
premia
plural of premium. (see also premiums)
additional premium
- An extra charge for an alteration, during the policy period, which increases the hazard or the Company's liability
additional premium
In universal and variable life policies, the amount of gross premium in excess of the recommended or target premium for the policy
additional premium
The premium due the insurer as a result of an endorsement increasing the limits of liability, adding additional coverages, etc
at a premium
of high value (usually because of scarcity) or above par value; "they were forced to buy it back at a premium
at a premium
having great value; scarce, rare; above face value
in-pack premium
A premium included in the packaging of another product (e g , buy a can of shaving cream and get a free razor in the same package) The term "Package enclosure" is also used
in-pack premium
a type of sales promotion in which a small gift is included inside the package of a product to encourage consumers to buy it See Premiums; Near-Pack Premium; On-Pack Premium; With-Pack Premium
in-pack premium
A premium included in the packaging of another product (e g , buy a can of shaving cream and get a free razor in the same package) The term Package enclosure is also used
inflation premium
A premium equal to expected inflation that investors added to the real risk-free rate of return
inflation premium
The extra interest that compensates lenders for the expected erosion of purchasing power of funds due to inflation over the life of the loan
inflation premium
a percentage built into a nominal interest rate to anticipate the rate of inflation for the loan period
inflation premium
That part of the nominal interest rate which compensates for (strictly speaking expected) inflation
insurance premium
amount of money paid for insurance
insurance premium
the money that you pay regularly to an insurance company
issue of bonds at premium
allocating a set number of bonds to be sold at a higher price than their nominal worth
issue of stocks at premium
allocating a set number of stocks to be sold at a higher price than their nominal worth
premia
form of plural, premium
premiums
How much does it cost? The cost of health & life insurance varies with age, where you live, if you smoke, your height and weight, your medical history, and many other factors Premiums must be paid to keep a policy active or "in force"
premiums
This applied to ads that offered a brochure, product sample, or special offer for free if an individual mailed the company Advertisements many times had forms to fill out and send in for special promotional offers This field is not comprehensive (see coupons) Example of advertisement with a premium
premiums
Payments to an insurance company to purchase a policy and to keep it in effect
premiums
Payments in exchange for insurance coverage
premiums
Items offered free or at minimum cost as a bonus for purchasing a product p 542
premiums
are what you must pay each month to receive health care services through Medicare Part B The monthly premium in 2002 is $54 00 Deductibles are what you must pay before Medicare will pay for health services The deductible for hospital care in 2002 is $812 00 The deductible for services through Medicare Part B is $100 each year
premiums
The amount you pay for the contract of insurance with a particular company
premiums
Payments to the insurance company to buy a certificate and to keep it in force
premiums
Prescription Drug Prevailing Expenses
premiums
Payments to the insurance company to purchase a policy and keep it in force
premiums
a type of sales promotion in which merchandise is given free or at a reduced price to purchasers of products or visitors to a store
premiums
plural of premium
premiums
Payments to the insurance company to buy a policy and to keep it in force
premiums
Payments to the insurance company to buy a policy and keep it in force
premiums
Promotional items that businesses give away to customers Premiums often include imprinted pens, calendars, note pads, paperweights, letter openers, and key chains
premiums
Consideration received from a contract holder in return for a future obligation by the Company
premiums
A product-oriented promotion that offers some free or reduced-price item contingent on the purchase of advertised or featured merchandise or service
premiums
The periodic payments that activate a life insurance policy and keep it in force
risk premium
payment for willingness to make a loan or for taking a financial risk when there is fear that a loan will not be repaid or that the danger will be realized
share premium fund
subclause on a balance sheet that presents sums paid for shares above their current value (Accounting)
single premium
The lump-sum premium payment required to cover the entire cost of a life insurance or annuity contract
single premium
A premium, which provides coverage for more than a year
single premium
Within the framework of individual insurance, premium paid once and the insurance policy is fully paid up with no further premiums required
single premium
A lump sum, one-time-only payment into an annuity Fixed-deferred annuities are usually single premium
premium
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