Definitions for primoˈpri moʊ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

pri•moˈpri moʊ(n.; adv.; adj.)(pl.)-mos

  1. (n.)the first or principal part in a musical ensemble.

  2. (adv.)first of all; first.

  3. (adj.)top-rated; first-class.

    Category: Common Vocabulary, Status (usage)

  4. most valuable or essential.

Origin of primo:

1785–95; < It: lit., first < L prīmus. See prime

Princeton's WordNet

  1. primo(adj)

    the principal part of a duet (especially a piano duet)

  2. primo(adj)

    the best of its kind

Wiktionary

  1. primo(Noun)

    The principal part of a duet.

  2. primo(Adjective)

    Best; first-class.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Primo(adj)

    first; chief

Anagrams of primo

  1. impro


Translations for primo

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

first(adverb)

before all others in place, time or rank

the first person to arrive; The boy spoke first.

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