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prebiological
/pree'buy euh loj"i keuhl/, adj. of or pertaining to chemicals or environmental conditions existing before the development of the first living things. Also, prebiotic /pree'buy ...
prebiologist
See prebiological. * * *
prebiology
See prebiologist. * * *
prebiotic
prebiotic [prē΄bī ät′ik] adj. existing before or making possible the appearance of living organisms [prebiotic molecules] * * * pre·bi·ot·ic ...
prebirth
/pree berrth"/, n. 1. the period, usually six months, preceding a child's birth. adj. 2. pertaining to or occurring during such a period. [PRE- + BIRTH] * * *
Prebisch, Raúl
born April 17, 1901, Tucumán, Arg. died April 29, 1986, Las Vertientes, near Santiago, Chile Argentine economist and statesman. Serving in various positions in Argentine ...
Preble
/preb"euhl/, n. Edward, 1761-1807, U.S. naval officer. * * *
Preble, Edward
▪ United States naval commander born Aug. 15, 1761, Falmouth, District of Maine, Mass. [now Portland, Maine, U.S.] died Aug. 25, 1807, Portland, District of Maine, Mass. [now ...
prebless
v.t. * * *
preblockade
n., v.t., preblockaded, preblockading. * * *
preblooming
adj. * * *
preboard
/pree bawrd", -bohrd"/, v.t. 1. to put or allow to go aboard in advance of the usual time or before others: Handicapped passengers will be preboarded. v.i. 2. to go aboard in ...
preboarding
adj., n. * * *
preboast
n., v. * * *
preboding
adj. * * *
preboil
v.t. * * *
prebook
v. * * *
preboom
n. * * *
preborn
adj. * * *
preborrowing
n. * * *
preboyhood
n. * * *
prebrachial
adj. * * *
prebranchial
adj. * * *
prebreathe
v.t., prebreathed, prebreathing. * * *
prebridal
adj. * * *
prebroadcasting
adj. * * *
prebromidic
adj. * * *
prebronchial
adj. * * *
prebronze
adj. * * *
prebrute
adj. * * *
prebuccal
adj. * * *
prebudget
n., adj. * * *
prebudgetary
adj. * * *
prebuild
v.t., prebuilt, building. * * *
prebuilt
pre·built (prēʹbĭlt') adj. Of, relating to, or constituting a structure or a portion of a structure that is constructed or assembled before being transported to its site of ...
preburlesque
adj. * * *
preburn
v.t. * * *
prebuy
v.t., prebought, prebuying. * * *
prec
prec abbrev. preceding * * *
prec.
1. preceded. 2. preceding. * * *
precalculable
adj. * * *
precalculate
v.t., precalculated, precalculating. * * *
precalculus
/pree kal"kyeuh leuhs/, Math. adj. 1. pertaining to the mathematical prerequisites for the study of calculus, as algebra, analytical geometry, and trigonometry. n. 2. the course ...
Precambrian
/pree kam"bree euhn, -kaym"-/, Geol. adj. 1. noting or pertaining to the earliest era of earth history, ending 570 million years ago, during which the earth's crust formed and ...
Precambrian time
Interval of geologic time from с 3. 8 billion years ago, the age of the oldest known rocks, to 544 million years ago, the beginning of the Cambrian Period. This interval ...
precampaign
n., adj. * * *
precancel
—precancellation, n. /pree kan"seuhl/, v., precanceled, precanceling or (esp. Brit.) precancelled, precancelling, n. Philately. v.t. 1. to cancel (a stamp) before placing it on ...
precancellation
See precancel. * * *
precancer
pre·can·cer (prēʹkăn'sər) n. A precancerous condition. * * *
precancerous
/pree kan"seuhr euhs/, adj. showing pathological changes that may be preliminary to malignancy. [1880-85; PRE + CANCEROUS] * * *
precandidacy
n. * * *
precanning
n., adj. * * *
precanvass
v.t., n. * * *
precapitalist
n., adj. * * *
precapitalistic
adj. * * *
precaptivity
n. * * *
precapture
adj., v.t., precaptured, precapturing. * * *
precardiac
adj. * * *
precarious
—precariously, adv. —precariousness, n. /pri kair"ee euhs/, adj. 1. dependent on circumstances beyond one's control; uncertain; unstable; insecure: a precarious ...
precariously
See precarious. * * *
precariousness
See precariously. * * *
precarnival
adj. * * *
precast
/pree kast", -kahst"/, v., precast, precasting, adj. Building Trades. v.t. 1. to cast (a concrete block or slab, etc.) in a place other than where it is to be installed in a ...
precast concrete
precast concrete [prē′kast΄] n. concrete in the form of blocks, pillars, bridge sections, etc. that have been cast into form before being put into position * * * Concrete ...
precatory
/prek"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. of, pertaining to, characterized by, or expressing entreaty or supplication: precatory overtures. Also, precative /prek"euh tiv/. [1630-40; < ...
precaudal
adj. * * *
precaution
/pri kaw"sheuhn/, n. 1. a measure taken in advance to avert possible evil or to secure good results. 2. caution employed beforehand; prudent foresight. v.t. 3. to forewarn; put ...
precautionary
/pri kaw"sheuh ner'ee/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or characterized by precaution: precautionary measures. 2. expressing or advising precaution: precautionary warnings against ...
precautious
/pri kaw"sheuhs/, adj. using or displaying precaution: a precautious reply; a precautious person. [1705-15; PRECAUTI(ON) + -OUS] * * *
precava
—precaval, adj. /pree kay"veuh, -kah"-/, n., pl. precavae /-kay"vee, -kah"vuy/. 1. See under vena cava. 2. (in squids) either of a pair of veins that pass through the kidney to ...
precede
—precedable, adj. /pri seed"/, v., preceded, preceding, n. v.t. 1. to go before, as in place, order, rank, importance, or time. 2. to introduce by something preliminary; ...
precedence
/pres"i deuhns, pri seed"ns/, n. 1. act or fact of preceding. 2. the right to precede in order, rank, or importance; priority. 3. the fact of preceding in time; antedating. 4. ...
precedency
/pres"i deuhn see, pri seed"n see/, n., pl. precedencies. precedence. [1590-1600; PRECED(ENCE) + -ENCY] * * *
precedent
—precedentless, adj. n. /pres"i deuhnt/; adj. /pri seed"nt, pres"i deuhnt/, n. 1. Law. a legal decision or form of proceeding serving as an authoritative rule or pattern in ...
precedential
/pres'i den"sheuhl/, adj. 1. of the nature of or constituting a precedent. 2. having precedence. [1635-45; PRECEDENT + -IAL] * * *
precedents
➡ legal system * * *
preceding
/pri see"ding/, adj. that precedes; previous: Refer back to the footnote on the preceding page. [1485-95; PRECEDE + -ING2] Syn. foregoing, prior, former, earlier. Ant. ...
precelebrant
n. * * *
precelebrate
v., precelebrated, precelebrating. * * *
precensor
v.t. * * *
precensure
v.t., precensured, precensuring. * * *
precensus
n. * * *
precent
/pri sent"/, v.t. 1. to lead as a precentor in singing. v.i. 2. to act as a precentor. [1725-35; back formation from PRECENTOR] * * *
precentennial
adj. * * *
precentor
—precentorial /pree'sen tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, adj. —precentorship, n. /pri sen"teuhr/, n. a person who leads a church choir or congregation in singing. [1605-15; < LL ...
precentorial
See precentor. * * *
precept
/pree"sept/, n. 1. a commandment or direction given as a rule of action or conduct. 2. an injunction as to moral conduct; maxim. 3. a procedural directive or rule, as for the ...
preceptive
—preceptively, adv. /pri sep"tiv/, adj. 1. of the nature of or expressing a precept; mandatory. 2. giving instructions; instructive. [1425-75; late ME < L praeceptivus. See ...
preceptively
See preceptive. * * *
preceptor
—preceptorate /pri sep"teuhr it/, n. —preceptorial /pree'sep tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, preceptoral, adj. —preceptorially, adv. —preceptorship, n. /pri sep"teuhr, ...
preceptorial
See preceptor. * * *
preceptorially
See preceptorial. * * *
preceptorship
pre·cep·tor·ship (prĭ-sĕpʹtər-shĭp') n. A period of practical experience and training for a student, especially of medicine or nursing, that is supervised by an expert ...
preceptory
/pri sep"teuh ree, pree"sep-/, n., pl. preceptories. a subordinate house or community of the Knights Templars; commandery. [1530-40; < ML praeceptoria. See PRECEPTOR, -Y3] * * *
preceptress
/pri sep"tris, pree"sep-/, n. 1. a woman who is an instructor; teacher; tutor. 2. a woman who is the head of a school. [PRECEPT(O)R + -ESS] Usage. See -ess. * * *
Precepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine
▪ 2009 Introduction by Nan Lu       In one of the spectacles for the opening ceremonies of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing on Aug. 8, 2008, more than 2,000 performers ...
preceramic
pre·ce·ra·mic (prē'sə-rămʹĭk) adj. Of or being a society or culture prior to the use of ceramics or pottery. * * *
precerebellar
adj. * * *
precerebral
adj. * * *
precerebroid
adj. * * *
preceremonial
adj. * * *
preceremony
n., pl. preceremonies. * * *
precertify
v.t., precertified, precertifying. * * *
precess
/pree ses"/, v.i. Mech. to undergo precession (def. 2). [1890-95; back formation from PRECESSION] * * *
precession
—precessional, adj. /pree sesh"euhn/, n. 1. the act or fact of preceding; precedence. 2. Mech. the motion of the rotation axis of a rigid body, as a spinning top, when a ...
precession of the equinoxes
1. the earlier occurrence of the equinoxes in each successive sidereal year because of the slow retrograde motion of the equinoctial points along the ecliptic, caused by the ...
precessional
See precession. * * *
precessionof the equinoxes
precession of the equinoxes n. A slow westward shift of the equinoxes along the plane of the ecliptic, resulting from precession of the earth's axis of rotation, and causing the ...
prechallenge
v.t., prechallenged, prechallenging. * * *
prechampioned
adj. * * *
precharge
v.t., precharged, precharging, n. * * *
prechart
v.t. * * *
precharted
adj. * * *
precheck
v.t., n. * * *
prechemical
adj. * * *
prechildhood
n. * * *
prechill
v.t. * * *
prechloric
adj. * * *
prechloroform
v.t. * * *
prechoice
n. * * *
prechoose
v.t., prechose, prechosen, prechoosing. * * *
prechordal
adj. * * *
prechoroid
adj. * * *
précieuse
/pray'see ooz"/; Fr. /prdday syuez"/, n., pl. précieuses /-see ooz"iz/; Fr. /-syuez"/, adj. n. 1. one of the 17th-century literary women of France who affected an extreme care ...
précieux
/pray'see oo"/; Fr. /prdday syue"/, adj., n., pl. précieux /-see ooz"/; Fr. /-syue"/. adj. 1. (of a man) overly fastidious or refined; precious; affected. n. 2. an affected or ...
precinct
/pree"singkt/, n. 1. a district, as of a city, marked out for governmental or administrative purposes, or for police protection. 2. Also called precinct house. the police station ...
preciosity
/presh'ee os"i tee/, n., pl. preciosities. fastidious or carefully affected refinement, as in language, style, or taste. [1350-1400; ME preciousite < MF preciosite < L ...
precious
—preciously, adv. —preciousness, n. /presh"euhs/, adj. 1. of high price or great value; very valuable or costly: precious metals. 2. highly esteemed for some spiritual, ...
precious coral.
See red coral. [1905-10] * * *
precious metal
a metal of the gold, silver, or platinum group. * * *
precious moonstone
moonstone (def. 1). * * *
precious opal
any opal having a play of colors, used as a gemstone. Also called noble opal. * * *
precious stone
a gem distinguished for its beauty and rarity, used in jewelry. [1250-1300; ME] * * *
preciously
See precious. * * *
preciousmetal
precious metal n. Any of several metals, including gold and platinum, that have high economic value. * * *
preciousness
See preciously. * * *
preciousstone
precious stone n. Any of several gems, including the diamond, emerald, ruby, and sapphire, that have high economic value because of their rarity or appearance. * * *
precipice
—precipiced, adj. /pres"euh pis/, n. 1. a cliff with a vertical, nearly vertical, or overhanging face. 2. a situation of great peril: on the precipice of war. [1590-1600; < MF ...
precipitable
/pri sip"i teuh beuhl/, adj. Chem. capable of being precipitated. [1660-70; PRECIPIT(ATE) + -ABLE] * * *
precipitable water
the total water vapor contained in a unit vertical column of the atmosphere. [1925-30] * * *
precipitancy
/pri sip"i teuhn see/, n., pl. precipitancies. 1. the quality or state of being precipitant. 2. headlong or rash haste. 3. precipitancies, hasty or rash acts. Also, ...
precipitant
—precipitantly, adv. /pri sip"i teuhnt/, adj. 1. falling headlong. 2. rushing headlong, rapidly, or hastily onward. 3. hasty; rash. 4. unduly sudden or abrupt. n. 5. Chem. ...
precipitantly
See precipitant. * * *
precipitate
—precipitately, adv. —precipitateness, n. —precipitative, adj. —precipitator, n. v. /pri sip"i tayt'/; adj., n. /pri sip"i tit, -tayt'/, v., precipitated, precipitating, ...
precipitately
See precipitate. * * *
precipitateness
See precipitately. * * *
precipitation
/pri sip'i tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of precipitating; state of being precipitated. 2. a casting down or falling headlong. 3. a hastening or hurrying in movement, procedure, or ...
precipitative
See precipitately. * * *
precipitator
See precipitately. * * *
precipitin
/pri sip"i tin/, n. Immunol. an antibody that reacts with its specific antigen to form an insoluble precipitate. [1895-1900; PRECIPIT(ATE) + -IN2] * * *
precipitinogen
/pri sip'i tin"euh jeuhn, -jen'/, n. Immunol. an antigen that stimulates precipitin production or that reacts with antibody in an immunoprecipitation reaction. [1900-05; ...
precipitous
—precipitously, adv. —precipitousness, n. /pri sip"i teuhs/, adj. 1. of the nature of or characterized by precipices: a precipitous wall of rock. 2. extremely or impassably ...
precipitously
See precipitous. * * *
precipitousness
See precipitously. * * *
precirculate
v., precirculated, precirculating. * * *
précis
/pray see", pray"see/, n., pl. précis /-seez", -seez/, v. n. 1. a concise summary. v.t. 2. to make a précis of. [1750-60; < F, n. use of adj., lit., cut short. See ...
precise
—precisely, adv. —preciseness, n. /pri suys"/, adj. 1. definitely or strictly stated, defined, or fixed: precise directions. 2. being exactly that and neither more nor less: ...
precisely
precisely [prē sīs′lē, pri sīs′lē] adv. 1. in a precise manner 2. exactly: Also used as an affirmative reply, equivalent to “I agree” * * * pre·cise·ly ...
preciseness
See precise. * * *
precisian
—precisianism, n. /pri sizh"euhn/, n. 1. a person who adheres punctiliously to the observance of rules or forms, esp. in matters of religion. 2. one of the English Puritans of ...
precisianism
See precisian. * * *
precision
—precisional, adj. /pri sizh"euhn/, n. 1. the state or quality of being precise. 2. accuracy; exactness: to arrive at an estimate with precision. 3. mechanical or scientific ...
precision bombing
aerial bombing in which bombs are dropped, as accurately as possible, on a specific, usually small, target. Also called pinpoint bombing. Cf. area bombing, pattern ...
precision casting
Metall. See investment casting. [1940-45] * * *
precisionism
—precisionist, n., adj. —precisionistic, adj. /pri sizh"euh niz'euhm/, n. (sometimes cap.) a style of painting developed to its fullest in the U.S. in the 1920s, associated ...
precisionist
precisionist [prē sizh′ən ist, prisizh′ən ist] n. a person who attaches great or too great importance to precision * * * pre·ci·sion·ist (prĭ-sĭzhʹə-nĭst) n. 1. ...
precisive
precisive1 /pri suy"siv/, adj. separating or distinguishing (a person or thing) from another or others: precisive imputation of guilt. [1670-80; < L praecis(us) (see PRECISE) + ...
precitation
n. * * *
precite
v.t., precited, preciting. * * *
preclaim
v.t., n. * * *
preclaimant
n. * * *
preclaimer
n. * * *
preclassic
adj. * * *
preclassical
adj.; preclassically, adv. * * *
preclassify
v.t., preclassified, preclassifying. * * *
preclean
v.t. * * *
precleaner
n. * * *
preclear
v.t. * * *
preclearance
n., adj. * * *
preclerical
adj. * * *
preclimax
/pree kluy"maks/, n. Ecol. a stable community that precedes the full development of the climax community of a given area and that results from local variations in soil and ...
preclinical
—preclinically, adv. /pree klin"i keuhl/, adj. Med. of or pertaining to the period prior to the appearance of the symptoms. [1930-35; PRE- + CLINICAL] * * *
precloacal
adj. * * *
preclose
v.t., preclosed, preclosing. * * *
preclosure
n. * * *
preclothe
v.t., preclothed, preclothing. * * *
preclude
—precludable, adj. —preclusion /pri klooh"zheuhn/, n. —preclusive /pri klooh"siv/, adj. —preclusively, adv. /pri kloohd"/, v.t., precluded, precluding. 1. to prevent the ...
preclusion
See preclude. * * *
preclusive
See preclusion. * * *
preclusively
See preclusion. * * *
precoccygeal
adj. * * *
precocial
/pri koh"sheuhl/, adj. Biol. (of an animal species) active and able to move freely from birth or hatching and requiring little parental care (opposed to altricial). [1870-75; ...
precocious
—precociously, adv. —precociousness, n. /pri koh"sheuhs/, adj. 1. unusually advanced or mature in development, esp. mental development: a precocious child. 2. prematurely ...
precociously
See precocious. * * *
precociousness
See precociously. * * *
precocity
/pri kos"i tee/, n. the state of being or tendency to be precocious. [1630-40; < F précosité, equiv. to précose ( < L praecoci-, s. of praecox early ripening, adj. deriv. of ...
precode
v.t., precoded, precoding. * * *
precogitate
v., precogitated, precogitating. * * *
precognition
—precognitive /pree kog"ni tiv/, adj. /pree'kog nish"euhn/, n. 1. knowledge of a future event or situation, esp. through extrasensory means. 2. Scot. Law. a. the examination of ...
precognitive
See precognition. * * *
precognizable
adj. * * *
precognizant
adj. * * *
precognize
v.t., precognized, precognizing. * * *
precoil
v.i. * * *
precoincident
adj.; precoincidently, adv. * * *
precoital
adj. * * *
precollapsable
adj. * * *
precollapse
v., precollapsed, precollapsing. * * *
precollapsible
adj. * * *
precollect
v.t. * * *
precollectable
adj. * * *
precollectible
adj. * * *
precollector
n. * * *
precollege
n., adj. * * *
precollegiate
adj. * * *
precollude
v.i., precolluded, precolluding. * * *
precollusion
n. * * *
precollusive
adj. * * *
precolonial
/pree'keuh loh"nee euhl/, adj. of or pertaining to the time before a region or country became a colony. [1960-65; PRE- + COLONIAL] * * *
precolor
n., v. * * *
precolorable
adj. * * *
precombat
n., v., precombated, precombating or (esp. Brit.) precombatted, precombatting. * * *
precombatant
n. * * *
precombine
v., precombined, precombining. * * *
precommand
n., v. * * *
precomment
n., v. * * *
precommercial
adj. * * *
precommit
v.t., precommitted, precommitting. * * *
precommitment
adj. * * *
precommune
v.i., precommuned, precommuning. * * *
precommunicate
v., precommunicated, precommunicating. * * *
precompare
v.t., precompared, precomparing. * * *
precompass
v.t., n. * * *
precompel
v.t., precompelled, precompelling. * * *
precompensate
v.t., precompensated, precompensating. * * *
precompile
v.t., precompiled, precompiling. * * *
precompiler
n. * * *
precompliant
adj. * * *
precomplicate
v.t., precomplicated, precomplicating. * * *


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