a first in two subjects.
a student who earns a first in two subjects.
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How to use double first in a sentence
A "Double-First" never gives way to enthusiasms; his heart never gets into his head.
The education in fact, of the peasant, and that of the future double-first collegian, begins and proceeds on the same principle.Dog Breaking | William Nelson Hutchinson
As everybody knows, Peel had won a double-first twenty-three years before, and in mathematics Peel had the first class to himself.The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3) | John Morley
Vane had fulfilled the promise of his earlier career and had taken a brilliant double-first.The Missionary | George Griffith
The education in fact of the peasant, and that of the future double-first collegian, begin and proceed on the same principle.The Dog | Dinks, Mayhew, and Hutchinson
British Dictionary definitions for double first
British a first-class honours degree in two subjects
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