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precede

verb /priˈsiːd/
to go, happen etc before
preceder, anteceder
She preceded him into the room.
precedence /ˈpresidəns/ noun (the right of) going before in order of importance etc
precedencia, prioridad
This matter is urgent and should be given precedence over others at the moment.
precedent /ˈpresidənt/ noun a past action, especially a legal decision, which may act as a guide or rule in the future
precedente
a legal precedent.
preceding adjective
precedente, anterior
The diagram is on the preceding page.
(Definition of precede from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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