prevent

[v] - keep from happening or arising 2. [v] - prevent from doing something or being in a certain state
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Prevent

PreĀ·vent' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Prevented ; present participle & verbal noun Preventing .] [ Latin praevenire , praeventum ; prae before + venire to come. See Come .] 1.
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Prevent

PreĀ·vent' intransitive verb To come before the usual time. [ Obsolete] « Strawberries . . . will prevent and come early.» Bacon.
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prevent

preclude verb keep from happening or arising; make impossible; `My sense of tact forbids an honest answer`; `Your role in the projects precludes your involvement in the competitive project`
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Prevent

• (v. t.) To intercept; to hinder; to frustrate; to stop; to thwart. • (v. t.) To be beforehand with; to anticipate. • (v. t.) To go before; to precede; hence, to go before as a guide; to direct. • (v. i.) To come before the usual time.
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prevent

prevent, preventative 1. To cause something not to happen or to stop it from being done. 2. To be the reason why someone does not or cannot do a particular thing.
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prevent

stop something from happening
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PReVENT

PReVENT is a European automotive industry activity co-funded by the European Commission to contribute to road safety by developing and demonstrating preventive safety applications and technologies. Preventive and active safety applications help drivers to avoid or mitigate accidents by using in-vehicle systems that sense the nature and significanc...
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