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a1 the first letter of the English alphabet. [1/3 definitions]
aborigine one of the first people to live in an area.
acronym a word formed by putting together the first letters or parts of a series of words in a longer phrase.
alpha the name of the first letter of the Greek alphabet.
alternate following each other in turns, first one then the other. [1/7 definitions]
antecedent the word or group of words that a pronoun refers to. In "The girls ate their dessert first," "girls" is the antecedent of "their."
apostle (sometimes capitalized) one of the first twelve disciples of Jesus Christ.
apparent seeming to be so at first, but not necessarily so. [1/3 definitions]
April Fools' Day the first day of April, when friendly tricks and jokes are played on people.
Aries the first sign of the zodiac, the Ram, which the sun enters about March 21. [1/3 definitions]
baby tooth one of the first set of teeth in human babies and other mammals. Baby teeth fall out early in life to be replaced by adult teeth.
backward with the back part or back side first or leading. [1/4 definitions]
basic necessary to know first, as a foundation; fundamental. [1/3 definitions]
begin to do the first step in a process; start. [2/3 definitions]
beginning the first part of something. [1/2 definitions]
bingo a game in which players try to match numbers on a card with numbers read out by a caller. Each player has a card with numbered squares. The player who is the first to cover a whole row of squares is the winner.
booster shot an injection of a vaccine given at some time after the first injection. A booster shot continues the protection against disease begun by the earlier injection.
boot to start up by loading the operating system of or giving the first instructions to a computer. [1/4 definitions]
Boxing Day a holiday in England, Canada, and some other countries, celebrated on the first weekday after Christmas.
breakfast the first meal of the day, eaten in the morning. [1/2 definitions]
bullfight a public show held in an arena in which performers first tease and tire out a bull, and then one person using a cape to draw the bull near tries to kill it with a sword. Bullfighting is popular in Spain and Mexico.