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|Look up premise, premiss, or premises in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
Premise is a claim that is a reason for, or an objection against, some other claim as part of an argument.
Premise (from the Latin praemissa [propositio], meaning "placed in front") may also refer to:
- Premises, land and buildings together considered as a property
- Premise (company), an American data company that tracks alternative economic indicators
- Premise (filmmaking), the situational logic driving the plot in plays
- Premise, a trade name for the insecticide Imidacloprid
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