predecessor

[n] - one who precedes you in time (as in holding a position or office)
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Predecessor

• (n.) One who precedes; one who has preceded another in any state, position, office, etc.; one whom another follows or comes after, in any office or position.
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predecessor

noun one who precedes you in time (as in holding a position or office)
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Predecessor

Pred`e·ces'sor noun [ Latin praedecessor ; prae before + decessor one who withdraws from the province he has governed, a retiring officer (with reference to his successor), a predecessor, from decedere : confer French prédécesseur . See Decease .] One who p...
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Predecessor

One who has preceded another.This term is applied in particular to corporators who are now no longer such, and whose rights have been vested in their successor; the word ancestor is more usually applicable to common persons. The predecessor in a corporation stands in the same relation to the successor, that the ancestor does to the heir. The term.....
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predecessor

one who precedes you in time
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predecessor

one who precedes you in time
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predecessor

one who precedes you in time
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predecessor

predecessor 1. Someone who precedes another person in time; such as, in holding a position or office. 2. Something previously in use or existence that has been replaced or succeeded by something else. 3. Something succeeded or replaced by something else.
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