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prior

adjective /ˈpraiə/
already arranged for the same time
previo, anterior
a prior engagement.
more important
prioritario
She gave up her job as she felt her family had a prior claim on her attention.
priority /-ˈo-/ noun the right to be or go first
prioridad
An ambulance must have priority over other traffic.
(plural priorities) something that must be considered or done first
prioridad
Our (first) priority is to feed the hungry.
prior knowledge noun the things that someone already knows, for example the knowledge which someone has when they start a course of study and which can be later be compared with what they know when they have finished
Conocimiento Previo
All students are able to connect new learning to their prior knowledge.
prior to before
antes de
Prior to working in America, he had travelled in Europe.
(Definition of prior from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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