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first-party (not comparable)
- Of or relating to someone directly involved in a given transaction, such as a buyer or seller.
- Of or relating to the plaintiff in a lawsuit.
- (video games) Of a video game, a character, etc., created or published by the company responsible for the platform on which it is released (or its internal developers), as opposed to third-party.
- a first-party video game; a first-party character; first-party hardware