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preembarrass
v.t. * * *
preembody
v.t., preembodied, preembodying. * * *
preemergence
/pree'i merr"jeuhns/, adj. occurring or applied before the emergence of a plant from the soil: preemergence herbicide. Also, pre-emergence. [1930-35; PRE- + EMERGENCE] * * *
preemergency
adj., n., pl. preemergencies. * * *
preemergent
/pree'i merr"jeuhnt/, adj. Hort. 1. of or pertaining to seedlings before they emerge or appear above ground: a preemergent weed-killer. n. 2. a preemergence chemical, as a ...
preemie
/pree"mee/, n. Informal. an infant born prematurely; a preterm. [1925-30; PREM(ATURE), respelled to represent the pron. unambiguously + -IE] * * *
preeminence
/pree em"euh neuhns/, n. the state or character of being preeminent. Also, pre-eminence. [1175-1225; ME < LL praeeminentia. See PREEMINENT, -ENCE] * * *
preeminent
—preeminently, adv. /pree em"euh neuhnt/, adj. eminent above or before others; superior; surpassing: He is preeminent in his profession. Also, pre-eminent. [1400-50; late ME < ...
preeminently
See preeminence. * * *
preemotion
n. * * *
preemotional
adj.; preemotionally, adv. * * *
preemperor
n. * * *
preemphasis
/pree em"feuh sis/, n. Electronics. a process of increasing the amplitude of certain frequencies relative to others in a signal in order to help them override noise, complemented ...
preemploy
v.t. * * *
preemployee
n. * * *
preemployer
n. * * *
preemployment
/pree'em ploy"meuhnt/, adj. 1. being required or accomplished before an employee begins a new job: a preemployment medical exam. n. 2. the period of testing, processing, etc., ...
preempt
—preemptible, adj. —preemptor /pree emp"tawr, -teuhr/, n. —preemptory /pree emp"teuh ree/, adj. /pree empt"/, v.t. 1. to occupy (land) in order to establish a prior right ...
preemption
/pree emp"sheuhn/, n. the act or right of claiming or purchasing before or in preference to others. Also, pre-emption. [1595-1605; < ML praeëmpt(us) bought beforehand (ptp. of ...
preemptive
—preemptively, adv. /pree emp"tiv/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to preemption. 2. taken as a measure against something possible, anticipated, or feared; preventive; deterrent: a ...
preemptive right
a privilege given to an existing shareholder to buy a portion of a new stock issue at the offering price on a pro-rata per-share basis. [1850-55] * * *
preemptive strike.
See preventive war. [1955-60] * * *
preemptively
See preemptive. * * *
preemptiveright
preemptive right n. The right of certain stockholders to maintain ownership of a constant percentage of a firm's stock. Such stockholders have the first opportunity to purchase ...
preemptor
See preempt. * * *
preemptory
See preemptor. * * *
preen
preen1 —preener, n. /preen/, v.t. 1. (of animals, esp. birds) to trim or dress (feathers, fur, etc.) with the beak or tongue: The peacock preened itself on the lawn. 2. to ...
preen gland
▪ bird anatomy also called  Uropygial, or Oil, Gland,         in birds, an organ located on the back near the base of the tail. Paired or in two united halves, it is ...
preen gland.
See uropygial gland. [1920-25] * * *
preenable
v.t., preenabled, preenabling. * * *
preenact
v.t. * * *
preenaction
n. * * *
preenclose
v.t., preenclosed, preenclosing. * * *
preenclosure
n. * * *
preencounter
n., v.t. * * *
preencourage
v.t., preencouraged, preencouraging. * * *
preendeavor
n. * * *
preendorse
v.t., preendorsed, preendorsing. * * *
preener
See preen. * * *
preenforce
v.t., preenforced, preenforcing. * * *
preengage
/pree'en gayj"/, v.t., v.i., preengaged, preengaging. 1. to engage beforehand. 2. to put under obligation, esp. to marry, by a prior engagement. 3. to win the favor or attention ...
preengineered
pre·en·gi·neered or pre-en·gi·neered (prē'ĕn-jə-nîrdʹ) adj. Built of or using prefabricated sections or parts: a preengineered building. * * *
preengineering
adj. * * *
preenjoy
v.t. * * *
preenjoyable
adj. * * *
preenjoyment
n. * * *
preenlarge
v.t., preenlarged, preenlarging. * * *
preenlighten
v.t. * * *
preenlist
v. * * *
preenroll
v. * * *
preentail
v.t. * * *
preenter
v.i. * * *
preentertain
v.t. * * *
preentitle
v.t., preentitled, preentitling. * * *
preentrance
n. * * *
preentry
n., pl. preentries. * * *
preenumerate
v.t., preenumerated, preenumerating. * * *
preenvelop
v.t. * * *
preepidemic
n., adj. * * *
preepochal
adj. * * *
preequalization
/pree ee'kweuh leuh zay"sheuhn/, n. Electronics. preemphasis. Also, pre-equalization. [PRE- + EQUALIZATION] * * *
preequip
v.t., preequipped, preequipping. * * *
preequipment
n. * * *
preequity
n., pl. preequities. * * *
preerect
v.t. * * *
preerection
n. * * *
preerupt
v.i. * * *
preeruption
n. * * *
preeruptive
adj.; preeruptively, adv. * * *
preescape
n., v.i., preescaped, preescaping. * * *
preesophageal
adj. * * *
preessay
v.i. * * *
preessential
n., adj.; preessentially, adv. * * *
preestablish
/pree'i stab"lish/, v.t. to establish beforehand. Also, pre-establish. [1635-45; PRE- + ESTABLISH] * * *
preestablished harmony
(in the philosophy of Leibnitz) synchronous operation of all monads, since their simultaneous creation, in accordance with the preexisting plan of God. [1720-30] * * *
preesteem
v.t. * * *
preestimate
v.t., preestimated, preestimating. n. * * *
preestival
adj. * * *
preeternal
adj. * * *
preeternity
n. * * *
preevade
v.t., preevaded, preevading. * * *
preevaporate
v., preevaporated, preevaporating. * * *
preevasion
n. * * *
preevidence
n. * * *
preevident
adj.; preevidently, adv. * * *
preevolutional
adj. * * *
preevolutionary
adj. * * *
preexact
adj., v.t. * * *
preexamine
v.t., preexamined, preexamining. * * *
preexaminer
n. * * *
preexcept
v.t. * * *
preexception
n. * * *
preexceptional
adj.; preexceptionally, adv. * * *
preexchange
v.t., preexchanged, preexchanging. * * *
preexcite
v.t., preexcited, preexciting. * * *
preexclude
v.t., preexcluded, preexcluding. * * *
preexclusion
n. * * *
preexclusive
adj.; preexclusively, adv. * * *
preexcursion
n. * * *
preexcuse
v.t., preexcused, preexcusing. * * *
preexecute
v.t., preexecuted, preexecuting. * * *
preexecution
n. * * *
preexecutor
n. * * *
preexempt
v.t. * * *
preexemption
n. * * *
preexhaust
v.t. * * *
preexhibit
n., v.t. * * *
preexilian
/pree'eg zil"ee euhn, -zil"yeuhn, -ek sil"-/, adj. being or occurring prior to the exile of the Jews in Babylonia 597-538 B.C. Also, pre-exilian, preexilic, pre-exilic. [1860-65; ...
preexilic
preexilic or pre-exilic [prē΄ek sil′ik; prē΄eg zil′ik] adj. 〚
preexist
—preexistence, n. —preexistent, adj. /pree'ig zist"/, v.i. 1. to exist beforehand. 2. to exist in a previous state. v.t. 3. to exist prior to (something or someone else); ...
preexistence
See preexist. * * *
preexistent
See preexistence. * * *
preexpand
v.t. * * *
preexpansion
n. * * *
preexpect
v.t. * * *
preexpectant
n. * * *
preexpend
v.t. * * *
preexpense
n. * * *
preexperience
n., v.t., preexperienced, preexperiencing. * * *
preexperimental
adj. * * *
preexplain
v. * * *
preexplanatory
adj. * * *
preexplode
v., preexploded, preexploding. * * *
preexplosion
n. * * *
preexpose
v.t., preexposed, preexposing. * * *
preexposure
/pree'ik spoh"zheuhr/, n. 1. exposure beforehand. 2. Photog. the exposing of a film to even light, before photographing a subject, to increase its sensitivity. Also, ...
preexpound
v.t. * * *
preexpress
v.t. * * *
preexpressive
adj. * * *
preextend
v. * * *
preextensive
adj.; preextensively, adv. * * *
preextent
n. * * *
preextinguish
v.t. * * *
preextract
v.t. * * *
pref
pref abbrev. 1. preface 2. prefatory 3. preference 4. preferred 5. prefix * * *
pref.
1. preface. 2. prefaced. 3. prefatory. 4. preference. 5. preferred. 6. prefix. 7. prefixed. * * *
prefab
adj., n. /pree"fab'/; v. /pree fab"/, adj., n., v., prefabbed, prefabbing. adj. 1. prefabricated. n. 2. something that is prefabricated, as a building or fixture: You would never ...
prefabricate
—prefabrication, n. —prefabricator, n. /pree fab"ri kayt'/, v.t., prefabricated, prefabricating. 1. to fabricate or construct beforehand. 2. to manufacture in standardized ...
prefabrication
See prefabricate. * * * Assembly of standardized building components at a location other than the building site. Units may include doors, stairs, window walls, wall panels, ...
prefabricator
See prefabrication. * * *
preface
—prefacer, n. /pref"is/, n., v., prefaced, prefacing. n. 1. a preliminary statement in a book by the book's author or editor, setting forth its purpose and scope, expressing ...
prefacer
See preface. * * *
prefade
v.t., prefaded, prefading. * * *
prefaded
pre·fad·ed (prē-fāʹdĭd) adj. Given a faded, weathered, or aged appearance by artificial means. Used of clothing or fabric: prefaded jeans. * * *
prefamiliar
adj.; prefamiliarly, adv. * * *
prefamous
adj.; prefamously, adv. * * *
prefascist
adj., n. * * *
prefashion
v.t., n. * * *
prefashioned
adj. * * *
prefatorily
See prefatory. * * *
prefatory
—prefatorily, adv. /pref"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a preface: prefatory explanations. Also, prefatorial. [1665-75; < L praefat(io) ...
prefavor
n., v.t. * * *
prefavorable
adj.; prefavorably, adv. * * *
prefavorite
n., adj. * * *
prefearful
adj.; prefearfully, adv. * * *
prefeast
n. * * *
prefect
/pree"fekt/, n. 1. a person appointed to any of various positions of command, authority, or superintendence, as a chief magistrate in ancient Rome or the chief administrative ...
prefect apostolic
pl. prefects apostolic. Rom. Cath. Ch. the administrator, usually below the rank of bishop, in charge of a prefecture apostolic. [1905-10] * * *
prefectapostolic
prefect apostolic n. Roman Catholic Church pl. prefects apostolic A priest with broad jurisdiction in a missionary territory. * * *
prefectural
See prefecture. * * *
prefecture
—prefectural /pri fek"cheuhr euhl/, adj. /pree"fek cheuhr/, n. the office, jurisdiction, territory, or official residence of a prefect. [1570-80; < L praefectura. See PREFECT, ...
prefecture apostolic
pl. prefectures apostolic. Rom. Cath. Ch. a territory in the early stage of missionary development. [1910-15] * * *
Préfecture de Police
▪ French police force       one of the three main police forces of France. Controlled by the Ministry of the Interior, it provides the preventive police force for Paris ...
prefer
—preferredly /pri ferr"id lee, -ferrd"lee/, adv. —preferredness, n. —preferrer, n. /pri ferr"/, v.t., preferred, preferring. 1. to set or hold before or above other persons ...
preferability
See preferable. * * *
preferable
—preferability, preferableness, n. —preferably, adv. /pref"euhr euh beuhl, pref"reuh-/ or, often, /pri ferr"-/, adj. 1. more desirable. 2. worthy to be preferred. [1640-50; < ...
preferableness
See preferability. * * *
preferably
See preferability. * * *
preference
/pref"euhr euhns, pref"reuhns/, n. 1. the act of preferring. 2. the state of being preferred. 3. that which is preferred; choice: His preference is vanilla, not chocolate. 4. a ...
preference share
Brit. a share of preferred stock. [1835-45] * * *
preference stock
Brit. See preferred stock. [1855-60] * * *
preferential
—preferentialism, n. —preferentialist, n. —preferentially, adv. /pref'euh ren"sheuhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of preference: preferential policies. 2. ...
preferential shop
a shop in which union members are preferred, usually by agreement of an employer with a union. * * *
preferential voting
a system of voting designed to permit the voter to indicate an order of preference for the candidates on the ballot. [1865-70] * * *
preferentialism
See preferential. * * *
preferentialist
See preferentialism. * * *
preferentially
See preferentialism. * * *
preferentialshop
preferential shop n. A shop whose management gives priority or advantage to union members in hiring, promoting, or laying off. * * *
preferentialvoting
preferential voting n. A system of voting in which the voter ranks candidates in order of preference. * * *
preferment
/pri ferr"meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of preferring. 2. the state of being preferred. 3. advancement or promotion, esp. in the church. 4. a position or office affording social or ...
prefern
▪ paleontology       any of a group of extinct plants considered transitional between the first land plants, the psilophytes, of the Silurian and Devonian periods (438 ...
preferred lie
Golf. a nearby position for a ball preferable to that where it actually landed and to which repositioning is sometimes allowed without loss of a stroke or strokes to the ...
preferred position
especially desirable advertising space for which, if it is specifically requested by the advertiser, a publication charges a premium rate. Cf. R.O.P. * * *
preferred provider organization
preferred provider organization n. PPO * * * n (abbr PPO) (in the US) a special type of health maintenance organization (HMO) which provides health insurance for groups. ...
preferred stock
stock that has a superior claim to that of common stock with respect to dividends and often to assets in the event of liquidation. [1840-50, Amer.] * * *
preferred-provider organization
/pri ferrd"preuh vuy"deuhr/ a comprehensive health-care plan offered to corporate employees that allows them to choose their own physicians and hospitals within certain limits. ...
preferredprovider organization
pre·ferred provider organization (prĭ-fûrdʹ) n. Abbr. PPO A medical insurance plan in which members receive more coverage if they choose health care providers approved by or ...
preferredstock
preferred stock n. Capital stock having priority over a corporation's common stock in the distribution of dividends and often of assets. * * *
preferrer
See prefer. * * *
preferrous
adj. * * *
prefertile
adj. * * *
prefertility
n. * * *
prefertilize
v.t., prefertilized, prefertilizing. * * *
prefestival
n. * * *
prefeudal
adj. * * *
prefeudalism
n. * * *
prefight
adj. * * *
prefiguration
/pree fig'yeuh ray"sheuhn, pree'fig-/, n. 1. the act of prefiguring. 2. that in which something is prefigured. [1350-1400; ME prefiguracioun < LL praefiguration- (s. of ...
prefigurative
See prefigure. * * *
prefiguratively
See prefigurative. * * *
prefigure
—prefigurative /pree fig"yeuhr euh tiv/, adj. —prefiguratively, adv. —prefigurativeness, n. —prefigurement, n. /pree fig"yeuhr/, v.t., prefigured, prefiguring. 1. to show ...
prefigurement
See prefigurative. * * *
prefile
v.t., prefiled, prefiling. * * *
prefiller
n. * * *
prefilter
n. * * *
prefinance
v.t., prefinanced, prefinancing. * * *
prefinancial
adj. * * *
prefinish
v.t., n. * * *
prefinished
pre·fin·ished (prē-fĭnʹĭsht) adj. Coated or treated before being sold or distributed: prefinished wood paneling. * * *
prefix
—prefixable, adj. —prefixal /pree"fik seuhl, pree fik"-/, adj. —prefixally, adv. —prefixion /pree fik"sheuhn/, n. n. /pree"fiks/; v. /pree"fiks, pree fiks"/, n. 1. Gram. ...
prefixal
See prefix. * * *
prefixally
See prefixal. * * *
prefixation
See prefixal. * * *
Prefixes used in chemical nomenclature
▪ Table Prefixes used in chemical nomenclature prefix number of atoms mono- 1 di- 2 tri- 3 tetra- 4 penta- 5 hexa- 6 hepta- 7 octa- 8 See as table: * * *
prefixion
See prefixal. * * *
preflagellate
adj. * * *
preflagellated
adj. * * *
preflame
adj. * * *
preflavor
n., v.t. * * *
preflight
/pree fluyt"/, adj. 1. occurring or done before a flight: a preflight briefing of the plane's crew. n. 2. a preflight briefing or a ground check, as of an airplane. [1920-25; ...
preflood
adj. * * *
preflowering
adj. * * *
preforbidden
adj. * * *


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