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  • pre-planned — adjective plan in advance. → pre plan …   English new terms dictionary

  • pre-plan — [c]/pri ˈplæn/ (say pree plan) verb (pre planned, pre planning) –verb (t) 1. to plan (an event, project, etc.) well ahead of time. –verb (i) 2. to engage in such forward planning. –adjective 3. of or relating to such a forward plan: a pre plan… …   Australian English dictionary

  • pre-arranged — ▶ adjective ARRANGED BEFOREHAND, agreed in advance, predetermined, pre established, pre planned …   Useful english dictionary

  • pre-plan — verb [usu. as adjective pre planned] plan in advance …   English new terms dictionary

  • Pre-ejaculate — on head of human penis Pre ejaculate (also known as pre ejaculatory fluid, preseminal fluid, or Cowper s fluid, and colloquially as pre cum) is the clear, colorless, viscous fluid that emits from the urethra of a man s penis when he is sexually… …   Wikipedia

  • Pre-Code — films were created before the Motion Picture Production Code or Hays Code censorship guidelines took effect on 1 July 1934 in the United States. A previous code of conduct for the film industry, introduced in 1930, was widely ignored and not… …   Wikipedia

  • pre-emptive — UK US (also preemptive) adjective ► done before someone else can act, especially to prevent them doing what they had planned: pre emptive action/measure/move »The Treasury decided to raise interest rates as a pre emptive measure against inflation …   Financial and business terms

  • pre-empt — preempt [priˈempt] v [T] [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: preemption (17 21 centuries), from Medieval Latin praeemere to buy before ] 1.) to make what someone has planned to do or say unnecessary or ineffective by saying or doing something first ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pre-empt — UK US (also preempt) /ˌpriːˈempt/ verb [T] ► to do or say something before someone else does, especially to prevent them doing or saying what they had planned or to prevent their action being effective: »The group raised its offer in an attempt… …   Financial and business terms

  • pre|pense´ly — pre|pense «prih PEHNS», adjective. planned beforehand; premeditated; deliberate. ╂[alteration of Middle English purpense < Old French purpenser < pour forward + penser to think; see etym. under pensive (Cf. ↑pensive)] –pre|pense´ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • pre|pense — «prih PEHNS», adjective. planned beforehand; premeditated; deliberate. ╂[alteration of Middle English purpense < Old French purpenser < pour forward + penser to think; see etym. under pensive (Cf. ↑pensive)] –pre|pense´ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

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