Definitions for first-hand

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Webster Dictionary

  1. First-hand(adj)

    obtained directly from the first or original source; hence, without the intervention of an agent

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Jeb Bush:

    She probably did approve it, i have first-hand knowledge of this.

  2. Robert De Niro:

    I can speak from first-hand experience about 'SNL's' rightful place in our culture.

  3. Tim Clark:

    What is happening over there? I would like a first-hand understanding on where they are going.

  4. Sidney Blumenthal:

    My testimony has shed no light on the events of Benghazi, nor could it. Because I have no first-hand knowledge of what happened there.

  5. Prime Minister David Cameron:

    I have seen at first-hand the devastation caused by flooding. And that's why this work to repair and improve flood defenses is so vital.

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