英 ['premɪə; 'priː-]
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- premier: see prime
- premier (adj.)
- mid-15c., "first in time;" late 15c. as "first in rank," from Middle French premier "first, chief," from Latin primarius "of the first rank, chief" (see primary (adj.)).
- premier (n.)
- 1711 in the political sense, a shortening of premier minister (1680s); see premier (adj.). In U.S. usage, premier formerly was applied occasionally to the Secretary of State (1855-c. 1900).
- 1. The Prime Minister played host to French Premier Jacques Chirac.
- 2. He has acquired a reputation as this country's premier solo violinist.
- 3. The club are on the brink of promotion to the Premier League.
- 4. The premier was in expansive mood.
- 5. one of the country's premier chefs
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