prima inter pares
noun, plural pri·mae in·ter pa·res [pree-mee in-ter pah-res; English prahy-mey in-ter pair-eez, pree‐] /ˈpri mi ˈɪn tər ˈpɑ rɛs; English ˈpraɪ meɪ ˈɪn tər ˈpɛər iz, ˈpri‐/ Latin.
- prima ballerina,
- prima donna,
- prima facie,
- prima facie case,
- prima facie evidence,
- prima-facie evidence,
Examples from the Web for prima
This is prima facia evidence of the delusional attitude that the administration had toward Vladimir Putin.
She was also the first Native American prima ballerina … anywhere.
As for Vianna Roman, who is sometimes known as “Old Girl” or “Prima,” her trial is set for Feb. 5.
How do you think that shyness played out during the 2008 season when he was accused of being a prima donna?
The enraged Boston fan base accused him of becoming a prima donna, and he left the team midseason in a wake of bad blood.
Every one had been encored, and bouquets had already been thrown to the prima donna of the Berlin opera.
There were over a dozen children before the footlights, with the prima donna in the centre.Van Bibber and Others|Richard Harding Davis
I kill the prima donna, but ten more shrill performers come in its place.Strange Stories|Grant Allen
The next important address was on the Teaching of History in "Prima," and this also resulted in an animated discussion.
Even here the glorious voice of the prima donna floated clear as a silver bell.The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
Italian fem. of primo "first" (see primo); as in prima ballerina (1799).