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principal

adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈprɪn.sɪ.pəl/
B1 first in order of importance: Iraq's principal export is oil. He was principal dancer at the Dance Theatre of Harlem. That was my principal reason for moving.
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principal

noun uk   us   /ˈprɪn.sɪ.pəl/

principal noun (PERSON)

A2 US (UK headteacher, head) [C] the person in charge of a school A2 UK [C] the person in charge of a college or university

principal noun (MONEY)

[C usually singular] specialized finance & economics an amount of money that someone has invested in a bank or lent to a person or organization so that they will receive interest on it from the bank, person, or organization: She lives off the interest and tries to keep the principal intact.
Traducciones de “principal”
en árabe رَئيسي…
en coreano 주요한…
in Malaysian utama…
en francés principal…
en turco ana, asıl, esas…
en italiano principale…
en chino (tradicionál) 最重要的…
en ruso главный, основной…
en polaco główny…
in Vietnamese chính…
en español principal…
en portugués principal, mais importante…
in Thai สำคัญมากกว่าอย่างอื่น…
en alemán hauptsächlich…
en catalán principal…
en japonés 主な, 最も重要な, 主要な…
in Indonesian terpenting…
en chino (simplificado) 最重要的…
(Definition of principal from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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