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Translation of "first" - English-Polish dictionary

first

noun, pronoun     /ˈfɜːst/
the first B1 the first person, people, thing, or things pierwszy Hillary and Norgay were the first to climb Everest.First and firstly
be a first to be something that has never happened before otwierać drogę, przecierać szlaki Man walking on the moon was a first in space history.First and firstly
[C] the highest exam result that you can achieve at the end of a university course in the UK dyplom z wyróżnieniem Marks and results
(Definition of first noun, pronoun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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