With its distinctive design and huge market share, the prius easily stood out.
Reinert says potential buyers for those vehicles are a small subset of those who are inclined to buy a prius.
May they all stand in a puddle and stick their tongues in a prius charge port.
But the difference between now and then is that the prius–and the hybrids–are just the beginning.
And the prius is still a major player—with a significant change.
prius lupo parabatur caro, quam nuptiali convivio; Et corvo prius commodum fuit, quam Libitinæ.
From where I stood, I could see that they were cells from a hybrid car, a prius.
Rem penitus explorabo; prius, enim digito tangam, ait uxor, quam dormivero.
The natural consequence of this is that we cannot get out of "Nisi prius."
It is an exemplification of the adage, quem deus vult perdere, prius dementat.
"that which takes precedence," noun use of Latin neuter of prior "former, earlier" (see prior (adj.)). The hybrid car (with a capital P- ) debuted in 1997 in Japan, 2001 in U.S. and Europe. Name supposedly chosen because the car is a predecessor of new types. Proper plural is said to be Priora, but that is for the adjective.