First-generation definition

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Of or being an immigrant taking up permanent residence in a country; often, specif., of or being a naturalized, foreign-born citizen of a country.
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Of or being a native-born citizen of a country whose parents had immigrated into that country.
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See 1G.
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The definition of first-generation is the first type of a product that is made, or the first people in a family to immigrate to a new country.

Immigrants who come to the country as the first in their family are an example of first-generation immigrants.

A product that has never before been made is an example of a first-generation product.

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Of, relating to, or being the first form or version available to users.

First-generation computer software.

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Of or relating to a person who has left one country and settled in another.
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Of or relating to a person or persons whose parents are immigrants.
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Of or relating to an immigrant or his family.
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Of or relating to the initial version of a class of products.
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