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Turkish translation of “first”

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first

adjective
 
 
/ˈfɜːst/
BEFORE A1 coming before all others
ilk
Who was the first person to arrive at the party? He was nervous on his first day at school. They went abroad last year for the first time since having children.First and firstly
NUMBER 1st written as a word
birinci
First and firstlyOrdinal numbers
IMPORTANT A2 most important
ilk ve tek, en önemli
Sheila won first prize in the photo competition. →  See also in the first place Being important and having importance
Translations of “first”
in Spanish primero…
in Korean 첫째의, 첫째의(일등의)…
in Arabic أوَّل, أهَمّ…
in Portuguese primeiro…
in French premier, première…
in German erst, zuerst…
in Catalan primer…
in Japanese 最初の, 第一の, 最高の…
in Italian primo…
in Russian первый…
in Polish pierwszy…
(Definition of first adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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