Synonym: requirement. Similar words: requisite, exquisite, inquisitor, inquisition, inquisitive, acquisition, spanish inquisition, require. Meaning: [‚prɪː'rekwɪzɪt] n. something that is required in advance. adj. required as a prior condition or course of study.
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1. Training is a prerequisite for competence.
2. A degree is prerequisite for employment at this level.
3. This course is a prerequisite to more advanced studies.
4. Passing a written exam is a prerequisite for taking the advanced course.
5. Good self-esteem is a prerequisite for a happy life.
6. Recognition is a prerequisite to understanding.
7. A sense of humour is prerequisite to understanding her work.
8. Flexibility of approach is an important prerequisite to successful learning.
9. It is a prerequisite of entry to the profession that you pass the exams.
10. A reasonable proficiency in English is a prerequisite for the course.
11. Public support is a prerequisite for/to the success of this project.
12. Careful study of the market is a prerequisite for success.
13. A degree is an essential prerequisite for employment at this level.
14. The main prerequisite for success is old(Sentencedict.com), clean water.
15. And is identification of words a prerequisite for comprehension?
16. Urbanisation, another prerequisite for industrial growth, destroys farmland.
17. Therefore self-observation is an essential prerequisite for his tack.
18. Control was merely the essential prerequisite to constructive administration.
19. One such functional prerequisite is effective role allocation and performance.
20. Ball maintains the prerequisite glum visage, but he's clearly happy standing behind his bank of electronic equipment.
21. Is a trace of insanity a necessary prerequisite for originality?
22. However, the teaching of students is a necessary prerequisite of good patient care.
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23. A prerequisite of being a member of our party is a thick skin and a sense of humour.
24. They had to agree to certain conditions as a prerequisite of being lent the money.
25. The Committee was not without its own misgivings about non-cohabitation as a prerequisite for prosecution for marital rape.
26. A thorough knowledge of the ancients is thus a prerequisite of criticism.
27. It thus seems that a histologically normal intestine is a prerequisite for adequate carnitine absorption.
28. Universities and high schools will establish literacy action as an option or prerequisite for certain students.
29. A previous knowledge of computing may be of some advantage initially but is not a prerequisite for entry to the course.
30. As the discussion in this section has implied, a general analysis of the phonological system is a prerequisite to quantitative analysis.
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