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Pronunciation:

[p_ɹ_ˈaɪ_m], [pɹˈa͡ɪm], [pɹˈa‍ɪm]
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Synonyms for Prime:

excellent (adjective) pure (adjective) prepare (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Prime:

  1. thyme, mime, lime, rhyme, crime, slime, dime, clime, time, chime, climb, rime, grime;
  2. part-time, onetime, sublime;

Quotes for Prime:

  1. The kind of acting I used to enjoy no longer exists because your prime consideration is the budget, running time, the cost- and whether they'll understand it in Milwaukee. Dirk Bogarde.
  2. The reason most people don't express their individuality and actually deny it, is not fear of what prime ministers think of us or the head of the federal reserve, It's what their families and their friends down at the bar are going to think of them. David Icke.
  3. It is evident that not all people that have the confidence of the prime minister are the same ones that have the confidence of the head of state. Jose Eduardo Dos Santos.

Idioms of Prime:

  1. prime the pump;
  2. presidentelect, prime ministerelect, etc.;
  3. prime number noun;

Adjectives for Prime:

  • ranking male,
  • fifth male,
  • precise imperial,
  • strenuous and efficient,
  • mighty female,
  • damn socialist,
  • grave, grey-haired,
  • high female,
  • next galactic,
  • former israeli,
  • old galactic,
  • wise and energetic,
  • fearless little,
  • single female,
  • british and canadian,
  • own wise,
  • more loyal,
  • damned fine,
  • old british,
  • much better,
  • strenuous,
  • dear old,
  • wise,
  • grave,
  • faithful and most active,
  • neutral italian,
  • new, business-oriented,
  • reactionary austrian,
  • former lebanese,
  • famed and profound,
  • exclusive and all-powerful,
  • astute italian,
  • wise jewish,
  • powerful and impatient,
  • able and humane,
  • certain imperious,
  • late dutch,
  • former liberal,
  • present spanish,
  • vain and ambitious,
  • popular and powerful,
  • young and popular,
  • powerful and eloquent,
  • more pompous,
  • former british,
  • present french,
  • great liberal,
  • able and energetic,
  • old danish,
  • possible new,
  • own brave,
  • great british,
  • own precious,
  • french and british,
  • british and french,
  • famed,
  • much less,
  • exclusive,
  • faithful,
  • young,
  • popular,
  • french,
  • new,
  • vain,
  • peace-loving liberal,
  • transcendent immovable,
  • full-blown liberal,
  • former self-declared,
  • royal hungarian,
  • present deplorable,
  • eternal, immutable,
  • other contemporary,
  • own beloved,
  • more popular,
  • more modern,
  • eternal,
  • british,
  • prime suspect,
  • good many,
  • able,
  • powerful,
  • imperial and royal,
  • imperial,
  • other unmarried.
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