adjective. uk / ˈpraɪm ə ri / us / ˈpraɪmeri /. more important than anything else: primary concern/consideration/focus When oil prices started to rise sharply, the primary concern of financial markets was the possibility of inflation. Newspapers have been the primary source of news for many people for many years.
Synonyms for PRIMARY: main, predominant, greatest, highest, dominant, foremost, first, principal; Antonyms of PRIMARY: last, least, secondary, minor, unimportant, negligible, trivial, insignificant Merriam-Webster Logo
always used before a noun. 1. a : most important : main. our primary [= principal] objective/goal. The economy was the primary focus of the debate. Your safety is our primary [= foremost] concern. b : most basic or essential. primary needs. The family is the primary social unit of human life.
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adj (= chief, main) → Haupt-, wesentlich, primär (form); that is our primary concern → das ist unser Hauptanliegen or unsere Hauptsorge; of primary importance → von größter Bedeutung, von äußerster Wichtigkeit; the primary meaning of a word → die Grundbedeutung eines Wortes; primary source of income → Haupteinnahmequelle f; at primary level (Brit Sch) → in der Grundschule, auf Grundschulniveau
May 18, 2022 · primary election, in the United States, an election to select candidates to run for public office. Primaries may be closed (partisan), allowing only declared party members to vote, or open (nonpartisan), enabling all voters to choose which party’s primary they wish to vote in without declaring any party affiliation. Primaries may be direct or indirect.