English words and Examples of Usage

use "precede" in a sentence

Up to 10 to 15 centimetres of snow may precede the changeover to rain.

Zaydan argued that reform must precede independence in order to ensure success.

In classical physics a cause should always precede its effect.

Clause structure In a clause, the arguments always precede the predicate.

Some sources precede the cuneiform transcription with "MUL".

Discussion question: What precautions should one take in order to avoid contracting AIDS? precede

The Paramon is the three days that precede it, with Friday as the only Fasting day.

However, some portions of the castle may precede that date.

Diffusion changes precede size reduction in neoadjuvant treatment of breast cancer.

For equivalent ranks and orders, those appointed earlier precede those appointed later.

Welsh and Scottish Gaelic precede the official EU languages in the translations section.

This will precede the release of the band's third album, most likely to see a 2012 release.

Gé names precede an individual’s personal name unlike a surname which follows one’s personal name.

They precede a noun and represent the object of the noun, typically implying possession of the noun.

Bilingual dictionaries and glossaries precede modern English and were in use in the earliest written English.

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