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prime

verb /praim/
to prepare (something) by putting something into or on it
cebar
He primed (=put gunpowder into) his gun You must prime (=treat with primer) the wood before you paint it.
primer noun a book that gives basic information about a subject
texto elemental
She wrote a useful primer on French history.
a substance put on a surface to prime it before painting.
capa preparatoria, imprimación
(Definition of prime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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