Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Prime"

The meaning of "Prime" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does in his prime mean?
A: in his prime means the best time in his life when he is at his best. Usually we consider a person's prime in his 20's to 40's when he is young and working. a person in his prime is the best version of themselves and can do a lot of things!
Q: What does prime mean?
A: yes it does
Q: What does prime mean?
A: Prime can mean high quality. Example: “I have a prime cut of meat”.

Prime can also mean the time at which a person is at there strongest, best or most successful. Example: LeBron James is passed his prime but he still is one of the best players in the NBA.
Q: What does I'm in my prime mean?
A: It's usually a phrase used in sports. It means when someone is playing at their best at a point in their career. For example "Michael Jordan is in his prime right now". Because he's playing at his best you would say he's in his prime. I hoped that help.😊

Example sentences using "Prime"

Q: Please show me example sentences with prime.
A: The prime reason for you to be here is to learn English.
Q: Please show me example sentences with in their prime.
A: In their prime basically means in their peak performance.
For example : “That athlete was in his prime when he suddenly quit.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with prime primary (difference?).
A:

They are the same meaning , it’s how you use them. Meaning someone being important to someone or something.

Her prime concern was about getting his fever down.

The primary focus is to make a statement to clarify any negative thoughts.
Q: Please show me example sentences with prime .
A: The main thing.
The best thing

Synonyms of "Prime" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between primed to and ready to ?
A: Primed for* — implies that someone has been prepared for an event/has been made ready for something

Ready to/for — implies that the person is prepared for that something;
it does not suggest that he has prepared beforehand and speaks only of his current disposition
Q: What is the difference between prime and primary ?
A: they are synonyns. However PRIMARY usually first in group, and PRIME means first in importance or degree.

Children attend PRIMARY school.(first in order)

Our PRIME concern here is to keep the community safe. (first in importance)
Q: What is the difference between prime and primary and primal and primeval and primordial ?
A: well, friend! the prefix prim- more or less means first, so all of these words have to do with the beginning, or with something being first. prime means of first importance, i.e a prime suspect; primary is similar in that it means something is important i.e, a primary goal that you need to finish first - however, it can also refer to the beginning of something, such as a point in time; primal, primordial, and primeval both refer to the beginning stages of development i.e, early humans are considered to be primal. the difference between the last three words are their connotations. primal, for ex., has a bit of a negative connotation. cavemen are primal, creation gods are primordial.
Q: What is the difference between prime and principal ?
A: In the adjective yes, but with the noun is becomes a more abstract use of the first definition. It still relates to time, and a form of order (of life) but not necessarily the first part. It does still imply a degree of importance though. :)

Translations of "Prime"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prime 和primary的区别
A: Primary and prime can both mean most important like in "primary goal" or "prime concern".

Primary can also mean first as in "primary school". (the first stage of school)

Prime can also mean best as in "prime beef". (the best beef)
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Other questions about "Prime"

Q: Prime minister Shinzo Abe was the longest prime minister in Japan.
It was 2822 days in a row.
He was supported by the young generation and didn’t hesitate to change drastically for better or worse.
But the present prime minister Fumio Kishida seems not to reform drastically and pay precise attention not to say inappropriate comments.
In my opinion, he is not a fascinating leader, in other words, he is a little bit boring. But there are no weak points for the mass media to attack, he has a surprisingly extraordinary high popularity rating of 50%.
This may cause the delay in loosening the restriction for COVID-19, it’s just only my opinion though.

Anyway, I don’t want the change of prime minister so often.
Because the connection or relationship among other countries can back to square one.
It’s not good for Japan, of course.
I hope he will be a good leader and not be forced to resign soon. Does this sound natural?
A: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was the longest serving Japanese Prime Minister.
He served for 2,822 consecutive days.
He was supported by the younger generation and did not hesitate to make drastic reforms, both good and bad.
However, the current Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, seems to be taking great care not to make any drastic reforms and to avoid making inappropriate remarks.
In my opinion, he is hardly an attractive leader and a bit boring. However, he has no weaknesses that the media would attack, and his approval rating is surprisingly and unusually high at 50%.
This may be the reason for the slow deregulation of COVID-19.

Anyway, I do not like frequent changes of prime ministers.
It could put us back to square one in our ties and relations with other countries.
Of course, it is not good for Japan either.
I hope the PM will be a good leader and not be forced to resign.
Q: Prime Minister Abe has the longest tenure among the past prime ministers. Does this sound natural?
A: Prime Minister Abe has the longest tenure of all* prime ministers to date*.
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Q: Prime minister Abe is planning to announce 'the basic policy stance statement of Japan' in a few months, commemorating the 70th year after WWII. Some 10 opinion leaders from various fields gathered today to compile an advisory report to the prime minister on this issue. Some insist that candidly reflecting on the past errors is the most important while others emphasize the importance of more positive forward looking attitudes. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "About 10 opinion leaders" instead of "some" and replace "on the past errors" with "on past mistakes" (you don't need "the" in there). Overall very good!

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