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prime /praɪm/ adjective [only before noun]

استر کردن ، مهمترین ، راه انداختن ، گرم کردن موتور ، اول ، نخست ، زبده ، درجه یک ، اغاز ، بهار جوانی ، کمال ، بهترین قسمت ، نخستین ، اولیه ، اصلی ، برجسته ، عمده ، بار کردن ، تفنگ را پر کردن ، بتونه کاری کردن ، قبلا تعلیم دادن ، اماده کردن ، مجهز ساختن ، تحریک کردن ، علوم مهندسی: رنگ اول را زدن ، معماری: اولی ، علوم نظامی: چاشنی گذاشتن
- main, chief, leading, predominant, pre-eminent, primary, principal
- best, choice, excellent, first-class, first-rate, highest, quality, select, top
- peak, bloom, flower, height, heyday, zenith
- inform, brief, clue in (informal), fill in (informal), notify, tell
- prepare, coach, get ready, make ready, train
English Thesaurus: main, chief/principal, major, key, number one, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. prime1 AC /praɪm/ adjective [only before noun]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: French; Origin: Latin primus 'first']

1. most important Synonym : main:
Smoking is the prime cause of lung disease.
Our prime concern is providing jobs for all young school leavers.
He was named as the prime suspect in the murder investigation.
Good management is of prime importance in business.

2. of the very best quality or kind:
prime rib of beef
prime agricultural land
The hotel is in a prime location overlooking the valley.

3. be a prime candidate/target (for something) to be the person or thing that is most suitable or most likely to be chosen for a particular purpose:
The school is a prime candidate for closure.
Old people are a prime target for thieves.

4. prime example a very typical example of something:
Blakey Hall is a prime example of a 19th-century building.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. prime2 noun [singular]
the time in your life when you are strongest and most active
in your prime
She’s now 40 and still in her prime.
He is now past his prime.
a man in the prime of life
a young singer who was tragically cut off in her prime (=died while she was in her prime)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. prime3 verb [transitive]

1. PREPARE SOMEBODY to prepare someone for a situation so that they know what to do
prime somebody with something
Did you prime her with what to say?
prime somebody for something
He had a shower and primed himself for action.
prime somebody to do something
He had been primed to say nothing about it.

2. A GUN to prepare a gun or bomb so that it can fire or explode

3. PAINT to put a special layer of paint on a surface, in order to prepare it for the next layer:
All metal surfaces will have to be primed.

4. prime the pump informal to encourage a business, industry, or activity to develop by putting money or effort into it

5. WATER to pour water into a water pump in order to make it ready to work

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

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