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pre·mier

 (prĭ-mîr′, -myîr′, prē′mîr)
adj.
1. First in status or importance; principal or chief: an architect of premier rank.
2. First to occur or exist; earliest.
n. (prĭ-mîr′)
1. A prime minister.
2. A chief administrative officer, as of a Canadian province.

[Middle English primier, from Old French, from Latin prīmārius, from prīmus, first; see per in Indo-European roots.]

pre·mier′ship′ n.

premiership

(ˈprɛmjəʃɪp)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the office of premier
2. (General Sporting Terms)
a. a championship competition held among a number of sporting clubs
b. a victory in such a championship
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.premiership - the office of premier
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
Translations

premiership

[ˈpremɪəʃɪp] Ncargo m del primer ministro, puesto m de primer ministro; (= period in office) → mandato m

premiership

[ˈprɛmiərʃɪp]
n
[leader] → mandat m (d'un Premier ministre)
(SPORT)championnat m de ligue 1
modif [club, footballer, player, football, soccer, table, team] → de ligue 1; [title] → de champion de ligue 1; [winner] → du championnat de ligue 1
premiership league → ligue 1
premiership division → ligue 1

Premiership

n (Ftbl) → erste Liga

premiership

n (= period)Amtsperiode or -zeit fals Premierminister(in); (= office)Amt ntdes Premierministers/der Premierministerin

premiership

[ˈprɛmɪəʃɪp] ncarica di premier
References in classic literature ?
Every one says that the Premiership of the country is within your reach.
Arthur had put on his uniform to please the tenants, he said, who thought as much of his militia dignity as if it had been an elevation to the premiership.