Definition of 'primacy'
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For once, neither of the two men seemed eager to assume the primacy. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)That meant the people who supported `wings against stings", the air lobby which was always struggling with the gunners for primacy. KARA KUSH (2001)He likes food and wine and women, and he preaches the primacy of love. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)
But her greatest appeal for us could be the primacy she places on personal experience. RIDDLE ME THIS (2001)
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Translations for 'primacy'
British English: primacy NOUN
The primacy of something is the fact that it is the most important or most powerful thing in a particular situation.
The political idea at the heart of this is the primacy of the individual.
Definition of primacy from the Collins English Dictionary
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