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To serve as an introduction to.
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  1. To serve as an introduction to.
  2. To furnish or introduce with a preface
  3. To be or serve as a preface to; begin
To put forward (a plan, for example) for consideration; propose.
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  1. To put forward (a plan, for example) for consideration; propose.
  2. To lead or bring into a given place or position; conduct in
  3. To bring forward; bring to notice formally
To announce the arrival of something; to herald.
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  1. To announce the arrival of something; to herald.
  2. To begin something with preparatory material; to introduce.
To be a sign of; foreshadow:
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  1. To be a sign of; foreshadow:
  2. To proclaim, especially with enthusiasm; announce or acclaim:
  3. To introduce, announce, foretell, etc.
To be the precursor of; be a prediction or sign of (a thing to follow); foreshadow
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  1. To be the precursor of; be a prediction or sign of (a thing to follow); foreshadow
  2. To run before.
  3. To run before; go before; precede
To precede.
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  1. To precede.
  2. To go before; to precede
  3. To go before in rank, place, or time; precede
To provide with a head:
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  1. To provide with a head:
  2. (Sports) To hit (a soccer ball) in the air with one's head.
  3. To form a head, as lettuce or cabbage.
To go or be at the head of:
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  1. To go or be at the head of:
  2. To guide or direct in a course:
  3. To be the head of
(Idiomatic) To proceed; to begin.
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To go out in search of information about the enemy; reconnoiter
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  1. To go out in search of information about the enemy; reconnoiter
  2. To observe and evaluate (a talented person), as for possible hiring.
  3. To go in search of something; hunt
To be of greater importance (than)
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  1. To be of greater importance (than)
  2. To be judged, decided or discussed by authority.
  3. To appear publicly in front of someone superior.
To put a date on that is earlier than the actual date
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  1. To put a date on that is earlier than the actual date
  2. To occur before an event or time; to exist further back in time
  3. To come or happen at an earlier date than; come before
To move forward quickly, or to make good progress with (especially a plan)
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  1. To move forward quickly, or to make good progress with (especially a plan)
(Idiomatic) To lead or take the lead; to direct; to take charge.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To lead or take the lead; to direct; to take charge.
  2. To close (a cask, barrel, etc.) by fitting a head to it.
To go before; to precede
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  1. To go before; to precede
  2. To precede.
  3. To predate or antedate
(Archaic) To anticipate
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  1. (Archaic) To anticipate
  2. To assign to a date earlier than that of the actual occurrence.
  3. To come or happen at an earlier date than; come before
To put a date on (something) that is earlier than the current date
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  1. To put a date on (something) that is earlier than the current date
  2. To prey upon something.
  3. To come before in time
To bring forward; bring to notice formally
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  1. To bring forward; bring to notice formally
  2. To put forward (a plan, for example) for consideration; propose.
  3. To lead or bring into a given place or position; conduct in
(Ceramics) To glaze (pottery) with a glaze made primarily of lead
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  1. (Ceramics) To glaze (pottery) with a glaze made primarily of lead
  2. To play a principal or guiding role in:
  3. To direct the performance or activities of:
To serve as an introduction to.
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  1. To serve as an introduction to.
  2. To furnish or introduce with a preface
  3. To be or serve as a preface to; begin
To announce the arrival of something; to herald.
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  1. To announce the arrival of something; to herald.
  2. To begin something with preparatory material; to introduce.
Find another word for precede. In this page you can discover 36 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for precede, like: go before, , be ahead of, ring-in, take precedence over, preface, introduce, usher in, herald, forerun and antecede.