Pre-

• A prefix denoting priority (of time, place, or rank); as, precede, to go before; precursor, a forerunner; prefix, to fix or place before; preeminent eminent before or above others. Pre- is sometimes used intensively, as in prepotent, very potent.
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Pre-

Pre- [ Latin prae , adverb & preposition , before, akin to pro , and to English for , preposition : confer French pré- . See Pro- , and confer Prior .] A prefix denoting priority (of time, place, or rank); as, precede , to go before; pre cursor, a forerunner; ...
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pre-

Anterior; before (in time or space). ... See: ante-, pro-. ... Origin: L. Prae ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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pre-

Type: Term Definitions: 1. Anterior; before (in time or space).
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