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first-rate

adjective uk   /ˌfɜːstˈreɪt/ us    /ˌfɝːst-/
extremely good: a first-rate restaurant
Translations of “first-rate”
in Korean 일류의…
in Arabic مِن الطراز الأوّل…
in Portuguese de primeira linha, de primeira classe…
in Catalan excel·lent, de primera…
in Japanese 一流の…
in Italian di prima categoria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一流的, 優秀的…
in Russian первоклассный…
in Turkish birinci sınıf, en üstün nitelikli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一流的, 优秀的…
in Polish pierwszorzędny…
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