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Definición de “prepared” en inglés

prepared

adjective uk   /prɪˈpeəd/ us    /-ˈperd/
B1 ready to deal with a situation: When she called on me, I wasn't prepared. They were prepared for the worst. B2 made earlier: The spokesperson read a prepared statement. be prepared to do sth B2 to be willing, or happy to agree to do something: Would you be prepared to help me get things ready for the party? People are not really prepared to talk about these kinds of personal problems.
(Definition of prepared from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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