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Translation of "first" - English-Spanish dictionary

first

adjective, adverb /fəːst/
before all others in place, time or rank primero I was the first person to arrive The boy spoke first. firstly adverb in the first place en primer lugar I have three reasons for not going – firstly, it’s cold, secondly, I’m tired, and thirdly, I don’t want to! first aid noun treatment of a wounded or sick person before the doctor’s arrival primeros auxilios We should all learn first aid (also adjective) first-aid treatment. first-born noun one’s oldest child primogénito Daniel was our first-born (also adjective) Their first-born child was Rosa. first-class adjective of the best quality de primera clase a first-class hotel. very good de primera calidad, excelente This food is first-class! (for) travelling in the best and most expensive part of the train, plane, ship etc de primera clase a first-class passenger ticket (also adverb) She always travels first-class. first floor noun (British ) the floor of a building that is the next one above the floor that is at the same level as the ground outside; second floor(American) primer piso Our flat is on the first floor. (American ) the floor of a building that is on the same level as the ground outside the building; ground floor(British) planta baja Her apartment is on the first floor. first-hand adjective, adverb (of a story, description etc) obtained directly, not through various other people directo, personal; directamente, personalmente; de primera mano a first-hand account I heard the story first-hand. first language noun the language that you learn to speak first when you are a child lengua materna Her first language is Spanish. first name noun the name that you are given when you are born and whoch comes before your family name nombre, nombre de pila Her first name is Doris. first-rate adjective of the best quality estupendo She is a first-rate architect. at first at the beginning al principio At first I didn’t like him. at first hand obtained etc directly de primera mano I was able to acquire the information at first hand. first and foremost first of all antes que nada First and foremost, we have to decide who will be the captain of the team. first of all to begin with; the most important thing is en primer lugar First of all, let’s clear up the mess First of all, the scheme is impossiblesecondly, we can’t afford it.
Translations of “first”
in Arabic أوَّل, أهَمّ…
in Korean 첫째의, 첫째의(일등의)…
in Malaysian pertama…
in French premier, première…
in Turkish ilk, birinci, ilk ve tek…
in Italian primo…
in Russian первый…
in Polish pierwszy…
in Vietnamese thứ nhất, đầu tiên…
in Portuguese primeiro…
in Thai เป็นอันดับที่หนึ่ง…
in German erst, zuerst…
in Catalan primer…
in Japanese 最初の, 第一の, 最高の…
in Indonesian pertama…
(Definition of first from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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