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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpremisespremises[plural] the buildings and land that a shop, restaurant, company etc uses Schools may earn extra money by renting out their premises. business premisesoff the premises The manager escorted him off the premises.on the premises The wonderful desserts are made on the premises. premise
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on the premisesSmoking is not allowed on the premises.Originally the working men's clubs were strictly teetotal and it wasn't until 1860 that beer was allowed on the premises.He fired Lucky on a Monday without letting him walk back on the premises.Bagels baked on the premises daily.Unsuspecting still, Peter left his briefcase on the premises as usual.Were there any cats on the premises?Dessert is made on the premises.He found Kersey, sitting at the desk in an upstair, borrowed office surrounded by house-to-house reports prepared on the premises.A company rule provided for the instant and automatic dismissal of anyone found smoking on the premises.
From Longman Business Dictionarypremisesprem‧is‧es /ˈpremɪsɪz/ noun [plural]PROPERTY the buildings and land used by a shop, business, hotel etcestablishments serving beers and ales brewed on the premisesbusiness premises
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