get to first base, Informal.
(informal, mainly US & Canadian) get to first base, to accomplish the first step of an undertaking
In early sexual play, holding hands: ”In sixth grade,” she said, ”first base is holding hands, and second base is kissing on the mouth” (1980s+ Schoolchildren)
get to first base
noun, Baseball. 1. the player whose position is first base.
- First blood
noun 1. the first killing or wounding in a fight or war 2. the first damage or reverse inflicted on an opponent in a conflict
- First blush
noun first glance or sight, initial occurrence Usage Note used in “at first blush” see: at first blush
[furst-bawrn] /ˈfɜrstˈbɔrn/ adjective 1. in the order of birth; eldest. noun 2. a firstborn child. 3. a result or product.