Preestablish
Preestablish Pre`["e]s*tab"lish, v. t. To establish beforehand. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • preestablish — index contrive, prearrange, predetermine, preordain, program Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • preestablish — or pre establish [prē΄ə stab′lish] vt. to establish in advance …   English World dictionary

  • preestablish — /pree i stab lish/, v.t. to establish beforehand. Also, pre establish. [1635 45; PRE + ESTABLISH] * * * …   Universalium

  • preestablish — prɪːɪ stæblɪʃ v. determine in advance, set beforehand, ordain in advance; set up ahead of time, build beforehand …   English contemporary dictionary

  • preestablish — pre·establish …   English syllables

  • preestablish — pre es•tab′lish v. t …   From formal English to slang

  • preestablish — “+ transitive verb Etymology: pre + establish : to establish beforehand …   Useful english dictionary

  • contrive — I verb arrange, cause, collude, compose, conceive, concoct, connive, consider, conspire, counterplot, design, develop a course, devise, draft, effect, excogitare, fabricate, fashion, forecast, form, frame, imagine, improvise, induce, intrigue,… …   Law dictionary

  • prearrange — I verb agree to beforehand, arrange beforehand, arrange in advance, concoct, consider beforehand, ensure a result, forearm, foreordain, lay down a plan, map out, plan, plot, preconcert, precontrive, predesign, predestinate, predestine,… …   Law dictionary

  • predetermine — I verb agree beforehand, be biased, be influenced, be jaundiced, be prejudiced, be prepossessed, be swayed, contrive a result, decide beforehand, decide in advance, destinate, destine, determine beforehand, determine in advance, doom, fate,… …   Law dictionary

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