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preclearance combined form of clearance.
preclude to prevent from happening by means of prior action or previously established condition. [2 definitions]
precocious having the skills or mental capacity of a much older person. [2 definitions]
precognition supposed knowledge of a future event or situation, esp. by extrasensory perception.
precoital combined form of coital.
precollege combined form of college.
precollegiate combined form of collegiate.
precolonial combined form of colonial.
pre-Columbian of, or occurring or existing in, the Americas before the arrival of Columbus.
precombustion combined form of combustion.
precompute combined form of compute.
precomputer combined form of computer.
preconceive to have an idea or opinion about before having substantial knowledge of.
preconception an opinion or mental image formed without substantial knowledge.
preconcert to arrange or agree on beforehand; settle in advance.
preconciliar combined form of conciliar.
precondition to train, prepare, or familiarize ahead of time. [2 definitions]
preconquest combined form of conquest.
preconscious of a thought, not in the conscious mind, but capable of being recalled. [3 definitions]
preconsonantal combined form of consonantal.
preconstructed combined form of constructed.