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main

adjective /mein/
chief, principal or most important the main purpose the main character in the story. mainly adverb more (of) the thing mentioned than anything else; mostly or largely
principalmente, sobre todo, en su mayoría
This skirt is mainly dark grey.
mainframe noun (computing) a large powerful computer that can be used by a lot of people at the same time and is capable of carry out complicated calculations.
ordenador central
mainland noun a large piece of land as compared with neighbouring/neighboring islands
continente, tierra firme
Britain is not part of the mainland of Europe (also adjective) mainland Greece.
main line noun an important railway/railroad line between two cities.
línea magistral
mainspring noun the chief spring, especially the spring that causes the wheels to move in a watch or clock.
muelle real
mainstream noun the chief direction or trend of a system of theories, developments etc
corriente principal
The song catapulted her into the mainstream.
Translations of “main”
in Arabic رَئيسي…
in Korean 주요한…
in Malaysian utama…
in French principal…
in Turkish asıl, esas, temel…
in Italian principale, più importante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 主要的, 最重要的, 最大的…
in Russian основной, главный…
in Polish główny…
in Vietnamese chính, quan trọng nhất…
in Portuguese principal…
in Thai สำคัญที่สุด…
in German Haupt-……
in Catalan principal…
in Japanese 主な…
in Indonesian utama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 主要的, 最重要的, 最大的…
(Definition of main from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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