Synonym: forerun, head, lead. Antonym: follow. Similar words: unprecedented, concede, recent, receive, receiver, recently, recession, reception. Meaning: [‚prɪː'sɪːd] v. 1. be earlier in time; go back further 2. come before 3. be the predecessor of 4. move ahead (of others) in time or space 5. furnish with a preface or introduction.
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(1) Agricultural development simply must precede economic development.
(2) Attributive adjectives precede the noun.
(3) It would be helpful if you were to precede the report with an introduction.
(4) He gestured to Alice to precede them from the room.
(5) Those clouds usually precede low-pressure systems..
(6) I lacked the thoughts that precede speech.
(7) We make sure our horizontal strokes precede our perpendicular.
(8) He gestured for her to precede him through the door.
(9) Pay attention to the medical cautions that precede each tape.
(10) The long-drawn-out campaigns that precede every election in the US have already begun.
(11) This may precede the skin lesions by one to two weeks and present a problem in diagnosis at that stage.
(12) The difference is that concord particles precede the verb(sentencedict.com), whereas-5 is an inflectional suffix on the verb.
(13) These changes may also precede the development of adenomatous polyps.
(14) The well-known symptoms of hypoglycemia almost always precede the loss of consciousness.
(15) Remember that antecedents are events that usually precede the problems and consequences usually follow them.
(16) A planning session at 11:30 will precede the noon lunch discussion.
(17) The events that immediately precede a strike are more accurately defined as the factors which serve to precipitate the ensuing conflict.
(18) Intention movements are activities that tend to precede some other activity, which is presumably why they often evolve into signals.
(19) The protest walk will precede a public rally planned for the village on Saturday, September 18.
(20) Just as thought should precede action, reflection should follow it, on the Organizational as well as the personal level. Sentencedict.com
(21) Computed tomography indicates that vascular events can precede the symptoms of multiple sclerosis and that death of nerve fibres occurs considerably later.
(22) It is a rule of English that adjectives generally precede the noun they modify: we say "a good cry", not "a cry good".
(23) Do all of what we take to be causal circumstances and causes precede their effects?
(24) One recent population study found that depression did not precede the eating disorder, although it did correlate with onset.
(25) Viol sprang to his feet, politely drawing back to allow his superior to precede him.
(26) It is a costly myth, however that organization alignment must precede fundamental change.
(27) The longitudinal cords are termed connectives and join a pair of ganglia with those which precede and succeed it.
(28) This is just as well because trichomonal infection causes changes in the cells of the cervix which mimic those that precede cancerous changes.
(29) Virtue came to follow and issue from spiritual rebirth, not to replace it or precede it.
(30) This meal may of course be of gargantuan proportions and much snacking of high-energy foods may precede its consumption.
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