firstadjective

  • ja第一の、一番目の
  • encoming before all others in time, order, position, rank, importance, and other aspects

Examples

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We have 5 boxes over there.
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And let's see what's inside each box.
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So let's start— the first box,
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and see what's under the first one over there.
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Yup.
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My first love was never Eve.
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It was you, Chloe.
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It always has been.
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Guess what?
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Ben just said his first word.
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- What did he say? - What did he say?
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Something about "Hi."
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-
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This is my first date.
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So now we're gonna go with our first layer, which is the crust.
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To start off your cheesecake, add a nice thick layer of your cookie mix.
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First thing I noticed? Really good looking guy.
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Hey, it's snowing.
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Oh, my God, it's the first snowfall of Christmas.
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- So what brings you back here? - New job, first day.
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First day?
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At Blankman-Harper.
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Whoa! Top floor! That's — Well, good luck.
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For example, if the boxes are arranged like so,
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the singer would open the first box to find the drums.
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We need a new coach, Jack.
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You’re the first person I thought of.
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Is the team any good?
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No.
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It’s a beautiful dream, stopping the wheel.
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You’re not the first person who’s ever dreamt it.
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I’m not going to stop the wheel.