precede


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Synonyms for precede

go before

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go ahead of

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  • go ahead of
  • lead
  • head
  • go before
  • take precedence

preface

Synonyms for precede

to come, exist, or occur before in time

to begin (something) with preliminary or prefatory material

Synonyms for precede

be earlier in time

come before

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be the predecessor of

move ahead (of others) in time or space

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furnish with a preface or introduction

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One such theoretical framework is the PRECEDE (Predisposing, Reinforcing, and Enabling Constructs in Educational/Environmental Diagnosis and Evaluation) model.
I answer that, a thing is said to precede in two ways.
For set C, the discount factors are 1.0575 for each of the first 7 years that precede the commencement of the annuity, 1.045 for each of the 8 years that precede the first 7 years and 1.04 for each year that precedes the first 15 years.
To forego means to "go before or precede." To forgo means "to abstain from or do without."
Thurber of the University of Wisconsin-Madison wondered whether these small movements along the central region of the fault tended to precede earthquakes measuring magnitude 3.3 or larger.
Because it was a group member for at least half the number of days that precede Dec.
He has since set up five of these instruments at key sites along the San Andreas fault, waiting to see whether similar magnetic signals precede another quake.
The same question applies to true foreshocks, which precede a larger quake by minutes, hours, or days.