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Primat

See also: primat

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NounEdit

Primat (plural Primats)

  1. A very large champagne bottle with the capacity of about 27 liters, equivalent to 36 standard bottles.

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EtymologyEdit

From substantive use of Late Latin prīmās (chief; noble), from Latin prīmus (prime, first rank) +‎ -ās.

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NounEdit

Primat m (genitive Primaten, plural Primaten)

  1. (ecclesiastical) primate
  2. (zoology) primate

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SynonymsEdit

  • (ecclesiastical position): Primas

NounEdit

Primat n, m (genitive Primats or Primates, plural Primate)

  1. primacy, supremacy
  2. (ecclesiastical) primacy
    • 2010, Der Spiegel, issue 21/2010, page 37:
      Doch das Gesetz der Demokratie gilt nur zwischen den Bürgern und ihrem Staat. In der Außenpolitik gilt traditionell das Primat der Regierung.
      But the law of democracy is only in force between the citizens and their state. In foreign policy the primacy of the government is traditionally in force.
  3. (wine) Primat

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or

SynonymsEdit

  • (ecclesiastical station): Primas

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