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Synonyms for predate

to come, exist, or occur before in time

Synonyms for predate

be earlier in time

come before

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prey on or hunt for

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establish something as being earlier relative to something else

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Federal prosecutors for the Southern District of New York indicted him under a criminal statute that long predates the Internet - bank robbery.
This force is evident in the ongoing slimming down of Sears Roebuck, where tens of thousands of workers continue to be laid off - a development that predates the recession.
While ontologies predate the information age and can be traced to the ancient Greek philosophers, they have taken on greater significance in recent years in computer science with the growing need to make sense of oceans of data.
The M242 polymorphism therefore must predate settlement of the New World.
His drawings of helicopters, for instance, which predate the existence of airplanes by centuries, earn him visionary points for the mere conception of such objects.
The most immediately impressive of the paintings are the large landscapes of the American West that predate the decade Braught spent in the tropics.
These [San Andres] artifacts, which predate others containing writing, reveal that key aspects of [ancient New World] scripts were present in Olmec writing, the scientists conclude.
AirDefense has a rich IP portfolio, and we can prove that all of AirTight's claims are explicitly inherent in our patents which predate the AirTight application by more than two years," said Anil Khatod, president and CEO of AirDefense.
Yet DNA evidence from living diatoms suggests their earliest progenitors predate that time.
Preserved in 530-million-year-old rocks from Yunnan province, the paper clip-size impressions record the earliest known fish, which predate the next-oldest vertebrates by at least 30 million years.
Infections have long been a prime suspect, since they frequently predate the onset of an autoimmune disorder or a worsening of an existing autoimmune illness.
The Company rejects his attempts at guilt by association regarding persons and actions that predate any GlobeTel involvement with Advantage Telecom.
Many of the observations predate high-resolution, multiple-array radio telescopes.
Uranium resources referred to for the Michelin deposit are historical in nature, predate, and are non-compliant with National Instrument 43-101.
Regarded by many as one of the greatest archeological discoveries of the 20th century, the Dead Sea scrolls predate Christianity and include the earliest known written texts of the Bible.