( US, intransitive ) To take part in a primary election.The most massive component of a gravitationally bound system, such as a planet in relation to its satellites.Verb Edit primary ( third-person singular simple present primaries, present participle primarying, simple past and past participle primaried ) ( US, transitive ) To knock out an incumbent in the primary election, typically used referring to a non-incumbent challenger.

See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout#Translations.See also Edit Noun Edit primary ( plural primaries ) A primary election ; a preliminary election to select a political candidate of a political party.( medicine ) Primary site of disease ; original location or source of the disease.

First or most important.The new, expanded facility features comfortable waiting areas, private rooms, an imaging suite for CT scans and X-rays, and much more all this so that we can quickly and expertly diagnose and treat patients with life-threatening illnesses or complex traumatic injuries.Unknown primary most common primaries ( electronics ) A directly driven inductive coil, as in a transformer or induction motor that is magnetically coupled to a secondary Translations Edit The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing.