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  • 1 Primal — Обложка европейского издания игры Разработчик SCE Studio Cambridge …

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  • 2 Primal — Entwickler SCE Studio Cambridge Publisher …

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  • 3 primal — primal, ale, aux [ primal, o ] adj. • 1975; angl. primal, du lat. primalis ♦ Psychol. Cri primal, thérapie primale : technique thérapeutique qui se propose de faire revivre au malade, notamment au moyen de cris, la souffrance à l origine de sa… …

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  • 4 Primal — can refer to: * Primal (Eureka episode), a season 1 episode of Eureka * Primal (video game), an action video game for the PlayStation 2 * Primal Pictures, the producer of 3D Interactive Anatomy Software, established in 1991 * Optimus Primal *… …

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  • 5 Primal — Pri mal, a. [LL. primalis, fr. L. primus the first. See {Prime}, a.] First; primary; original; chief. [1913 Webster] It hath the primal eldest curse upon it. Shak. [1913 Webster] The primal duties shine aloft like stars. Wordsworth. [1913… …

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  • 6 Primal — Éditeur Sony Computer Entertainment Développeur SCE Studio Cambridge Date de sortie …

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  • 7 primal — ► ADJECTIVE 1) basic; primitive; primeval. 2) Psychology relating to feelings or behaviour postulated to form the origins of emotional life: primal fears. ORIGIN Latin primalis, from primus first …

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  • 8 primal — [prī′məl] adj. [ML primalis < L primus, first: see PRIME] 1. first in time; original; primitive 2. first in importance; primary 3. fundamental; basic [the primal urge to procreate] …

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  • 9 primal — index cardinal (basic), central (essential), incipient, initial, original (initial), prime ( …

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  • 10 primal — c.1600, belonging to the earliest age, from M.L. primalis primary (late 15c.), from L. primus first (see PRIME (Cf. prime) (adj.)). Psychological sense, in ref. to Freud s theory of behaviors springing from the earliest stage of emotional… …

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  • 11 primal — primordial, primitive, pristine, primeval, *primary, prime Analogous words: *ultimate, absolute, categorical: original, fresh, *new …

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  • 12 primal — [adj] primeval; primary aboriginal, ancient, central, chief, earliest, early, first, fundamental, highest, old, original, paramount, past, prehistoric, primitive, primordial, principal, pristine; concept 799 …

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  • 13 primal — primal, la (De primo, primero). 1. adj. Dicho de una res ovejuna o cabría: Que tiene más de un año y no llega a dos. U. t. c. s.) 2. m. Cordón o trenza de seda …

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  • 14 primal — [[t]pra͟ɪm(ə)l[/t]] ADJ GRADED Primal is used to describe something that relates to the origins of things or that is very basic. [FORMAL] Jealousy is a primal emotion. ...the primal mysteries of the earth …

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  • 15 primal — adjective (only before noun) formal 1 primal feelings seem to belong to a part of people s character that is ancient and animal like: man s primal urge to explore the unknown 2 basic: the primal truths of human existence …

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  • 16 primal — /pruy meuhl/, adj. 1. first; original; primeval: primal eras before the appearance of life on earth. 2. of first importance; fundamental: the primal resources of a nation. [1535 45; < ML primalis. See PRIME, AL1] * * * …

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  • 17 primal — ► adjetivo/ sustantivo 1 Se aplica a la oveja o cabra que pasa de un año pero no llega a dos. ► sustantivo masculino 2 Cordón o trenza de seda. * * * primal, a (de «primo», primero) 1 adj. y n. Se aplica al *cordero o *cabra que pasa de un año y… …

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  • 18 primal — pri|mal [ˈpraıməl] adj [only before noun] formal [Date: 1500 1600; : Medieval Latin; Origin: primalis, from Latin primus; PRIME1] primal feelings or actions seem to belong to a part of people s character that is ancient and animal like ▪ a primal …

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  • 19 primal — adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin primalis, from Latin primus first more at prime Date: 1602 1. original, primitive < village life continued in its primal innocence Van Wyck Brooks > 2. first in importance ; primary …

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  • 20 primal — adjective a) Being the first in time, or history. primal man b) Being of greatest importance; primary. Syn: aboriginal, primaeval, primeval …

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