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English definition of “in your/its prime”

in your/its prime

(also in the prime of your life)
in the best, most successful, most productive stage: The horse retired from racing while still in his prime. She was in the prime of her working life when she retired, but she continued as a consultant.
(Definition of in your/its prime from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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