A gambling card game, popular in Elizabethan England.(noun)
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Use "primero" in a sentence
"The question never came up in primero inferior but it seems that it was a prime example of an open governing body."
"The game was actually based on an older Spanish game called primero that included elements of betting and bluffing just like the modern game."
"When you said "primero", I feel that you wanted to translate "first of all", right?"