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  1. prime

    • IPA[prʌɪm]

    英式

    • adj.
      of first importance; main;from which another thing may derive or proceed
    • n.
      the state or time of greatest vigour or success in a person's life;the beginning of something
    • noun: prime, plural noun: primes

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    • 1. the state or time of greatest vigour or success in a person's life you're in the prime of life he wasn't elderly, but clearly past his prime
    • archaic the beginning of something the prime of the world
    • 2. a service forming part of the Divine Office of the Western Church, traditionally said at the first hour of the day (i.e. 6 a.m.), but now little used.
    • 3. a prime number.
    • 4. a symbol (ʹ) written after a letter or symbol as a distinguishing mark or after a figure as a symbol for minutes or feet.
    • 5. the first of eight parrying positions, used to protect the upper inside of the body, with the sword hand at head height in pronation and the tip of the blade pointing downwards.
    • 6. a special section in a cycle race, attracting a special prize.
    • n.
      a substance that prepares something for use or action.

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    • n.
      a substance that prepares something for use or action.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a person who is chiefly responsible for the creation or execution of a plan: he was a prime mover in the construction of the railway

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    • n.
      the introduction of fluid into a pump to prepare it for working.

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    • n.
      a person or establishment that is chiefly responsible for the creation or execution of a plan ...

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    • n.
      the introduction of fluid into a pump to prepare it for working.

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    • IPA[prīm]

    美式

    • adj.
      of first importance; main: her prime concern is the well-being of the patient
    • n.
      a state or time of greatest strength, vigor, or success in a person's life: you're in the prime of life he wasn't elderly, but clearly past his prime

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    • IPA[prʌɪm]

    英式

    • v.
      make (something) ready for use or action.

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    • IPA[prīm]

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    • v.
      make (something) ready for use or action.

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