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 us   /prɑɪˈmi·vəl/
existing at or from a very early time; ancient: primeval forests
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Translations of “primeval”
in Spanish primitivo…
in Vietnamese nguyên thuỷ…
in Malaysian purbakala…
in Thai ยุคดึกดำบรรพ์…
in French primitif…
in German uranfänglich, ur-…
in Chinese (Simplified) 原始的, 早期的…
in Turkish ilk çağ, eski çağlara ait…
in Russian первозданный, девственный…
in Indonesian purba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 原始的, 早期的…
in Polish pierwotny, pradawny…
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