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first-rate
American English: /ˈˌfərst ˈˌreɪt/

Translation of first-rate in Spanish:

adjective

  • (book/performance/athlete)
    de primer orden
    (bore/idiot)
    Example sentences
    • The quality is first-rate and orders are processed quickly.
    • But the writing and the direction are excellent, absolutely first-rate, and I cannot resist it.
    • My fellow students and I had some first-rate teachers and two excellent and highly-respected heads.

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