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Translation of "first" - English-Turkish dictionary

first

noun, pronoun
 
 
/ˈfɜːst/
the first B1 the first person, people, thing, or things
ilk kişi/insanlar/şey/şeyler
Hillary and Norgay were the first to climb Everest.First and firstly
be a first to be something that has never happened before
bir ilk olmak
Man walking on the moon was a first in space history.First and firstly
[C] the highest exam result that you can achieve at the end of a university course in the UK
(İngiltere) üniversiteyi birincilikle bitirme
Marks and results
Translations of “first”
in Chinese (Traditional) 事物或人, 第一個人或事物…
in Russian высшая оценка, отличие…
in Chinese (Simplified) 事物或人, 第一个人或事…
in Polish dyplom z wyróżnieniem…
(Definition of first noun, pronoun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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