principal葡萄牙语

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1. (général) principal; mais importante
2. (importance) primordial; principal; essencial; fundamental; maior; capital
3. (de base) de base; capital 4. (en charge) comandante; dirigente; supervisor; superintendente

principal法语

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1. (geral) principal; le plus en vue; le plus en avant
2. (importância) primaire; premier; principal; maître; primordial; capital
3. (protagonista) prépondérant; majeur

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A principal characteristic is that it has a lot more seeds than traditional tobacco plants.
(Source: Voice of America)
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More so since this state is already suffering from a severe drought that has weakened its principal source of wealth its agricultural products.
(Source: Voice of America)
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It is there the Snow Queen has her summer palace. Her real fortress – her principal castle – is near the North Pole, on an island called Spitzbergen.
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It was precisely in Hong Kong that one of her relatives resided a Parsee, like her, and one of the principal merchants of the city.
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And so when I got this offer from Paris, I determined to make your portrait the principal thing in my exhibition.
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Rossi roared into the assigned hotel meeting room like an angry school principal about to scold his students.
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The principal is reponsible for the students at this school.
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“Today, cooperation with the states of Latin America is one of the principal and most promising lines of Russian foreign policy,” Putin told the state Cuban news agency Prensa Latina.
(Voice of America)
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and the principal inhabitants. Like the women, they all stared in astonishment at the owner of the castle. He was the most unexpected of apparitions. While so many were fleeing toward Paris, this Parisian had come to join them
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Reckoning principal and interest, to a million pounds sterling.
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同义词

1. fonds: capital
2. essentiel: fondamental, capital, décisif, déterminant, dominant, important, primordial
3. essentiel: substance, cheville, clé, quintessence
4. directeur: proviseur



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