first-hand definition

  • adjective:
    • Alternative spelling of firsthand.
    • Obtained right from very first or initial source; ergo, with no intervention of a real estate agent; -- of information.
    • Alternative spelling of firsthand.
    • Obtained directly through the first or initial origin; ergo, without input of a realtor; -- of information.
    • obtained straight from a source
    • received right from a source
    • alternate spelling of firsthand.
    • received directly from the very first or initial supply; hence, with no input of an agent; -- of data.
    • obtained straight from a source
    • alternate spelling of firsthand.
    • Obtained directly through the first or initial origin; ergo, without intervention of a representative; -- of data.
    • got directly from a source
    • alternate spelling of firsthand.
    • Obtained right from first or initial origin; for this reason, without having the intervention of a realtor; -- of information.
    • obtained right from a source
    • alternate spelling of firsthand.
    • Obtained right through the first or initial origin; for this reason, without input of a real estate agent; -- of information.
    • received directly from a source
    • alternate spelling of firsthand.
    • received straight from the first or original resource; for this reason, without the intervention of a representative; -- of information.
    • got right from a source
  • noun:
    • 1st or highest resource, minus the intervention of agents or media of any kind: generally speaking with at, or, without a preposition, in adverbial usage: as, information secured at first-hand from the individual interested; goods received first-hand from the maker.
    • the initial or greatest source, with no input of agents or news of any kind: generally with inside, or, without a preposition, in adverbial use: as, information guaranteed at first-hand from individual interested; goods received first-hand through the maker.
    • 1st or highest supply, minus the input of agents or media of any kind: typically with inside, or, without a preposition, in adverbial use: as, information secured at first-hand through the person interested; products received first-hand from the producer.
    • initial or greatest source, minus the input of agents or news of any sort: generally with at, or, without a preposition, in adverbial usage: as, information secured at first-hand from individual interested; items obtained first-hand from manufacturer.
    • The first or highest supply, without input of representatives or media of any kind: generally with at, or, without a preposition, in adverbial use: as, information guaranteed at first-hand from person interested; products obtained first-hand from manufacturer.
    • 1st or greatest origin, without input of representatives or media of any sort: generally speaking with at, or, without a preposition, in adverbial usage: as, information guaranteed at first-hand from individual interested; goods obtained first-hand from manufacturer.
    • The first or highest source, without the intervention of agents or media of any kind: generally with at, or, without a preposition, in adverbial use: as, information secured at first-hand from the person interested; goods obtained first-hand from the manufacturer.
  • others:
    • Obtained direct through the first resource; acquired from producer, manufacturer, etc., without the intervention of representatives or media.
    • Obtained direct through the first supply; gotten from the producer, manufacturer, etc., without the input of representatives or news.
    • gotten direct from very first resource; acquired from producer, manufacturer, etc., with no input of representatives or news.
    • Obtained direct from the first supply; acquired from the producer, maker, etc., without having the intervention of representatives or media.
    • Obtained direct from the first supply; obtained through the producer, manufacturer, etc., without having the input of agents or media.
    • Obtained direct from very first origin; acquired from producer, manufacturer, etc., minus the input of representatives or news.
    • Obtained direct from the first origin; acquired from producer, manufacturer, etc., without the input of agents or media.
  • adverb:
    • from original resource; straight
    • from the initial source; right
    • from the original resource; right
    • from initial resource; straight
    • through the initial source; straight
    • from the initial supply; directly
    • from original resource; right

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