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precede

verb [T]
 
 
/priːˈsiːd/ formal
to happen or exist before something else
...dan/den önce gelmek/olmak; önden gelmek, önünde/önden gitmek
[often passive] The formal ceremony was preceded by a parade.Occurring and happeningPreceding and introducing
preceding adjective [always before noun] happening or coming before
önce/önden gelen; önce/önünde olan
the preceding monthsBefore, after and alreadyAfter and behindOccurring and happening
Translations of “precede”
in Vietnamese đi trước…
in Spanish preceder, anteceder…
in Thai อยู่ข้างหน้า…
in Malaysian mendahului…
in French précéder…
in German vorausgehen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指時間或空間上)處在…之前,先於…
in Indonesian mendahului…
in Russian предшествовать…
in Chinese (Simplified) (指时间或空间上)处在…之前,先于…
in Polish poprzedzać…
(Definition of precede from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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