premiership

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Etymology[edit]

From premier +‎ -ship.

Noun[edit]

premiership (plural premierships)

  1. The office of a premier or prime minister.
  2. (General Australian, sporting) The position held by the champion team at the end of a particular season (especially as used in Australian rules football).

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