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  1. pre-prefix

    ante-, before, in front of, for-

    post-, after-

  2. pre-prefix

    Before; used to form words meaning in front of (in space).

    ante-, for-, in front of, before

    post-, after-

  3. pre-prefix

    Before; used to form words meaning before (in time).

    for-, ante-, in front of, before

    after-, post-

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  1. The Hitopadesa:

    Amongst all possessions knowledge appears pre-eminent. The wise call it supreme riches, because it can never be lost, has no price, and can at no time be destroyed.

  2. James McCann:

    Strong readings over the next couple of months seem likely to give the green light for a pre-announcement of tapering at the Fed’s September meeting.

  3. Geraldo Rivera:

    Pre-K basically is daycare, in reality, to have a college degree [is] unnecessary.

  4. Eurosport Chief Executive Peter Hutton:

    Pre-Discovery, essentially it was a pan-European model in 21 languages with largely the same content, that needs to now have a nationality face with it, and to some degree have the right content for that territory.

  5. Margrethe Vestager:

    Our concern is that by requiring phone makers and operators to pre-load a set of Google apps, rather than letting them decide for themselves which apps to load, Google might have cut off one of the main ways that new apps can reach customers, we are looking into the question of tying, but tying in itself is not necessarily a problem.

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