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Preening

priːn

Meanings of Preening:

verb

(of a bird) tidy and clean its feathers with its beak.

Usage examples:

Reed buntings preened at the pool's edge

Meanings of Preens:

verb

(of a bird) tidy and clean its feathers with its beak.

Usage examples:

Reed buntings preened at the pool's edge

Prees

priː

Meanings of Prees:

verb

Sample or taste (something).

Usage examples:

She preed her tea from her teaspoon

Preestablish

priːɪˈstablɪʃ

Meanings of Preestablish:

verb

Establish (something) in advance.

Usage examples:

I did have the sense to pre-establish that there was sufficient room for me

Preestablished

ˌpriː.ɪˈstæb.lɪʃt

Meanings of Preestablished:

verb

Establish (something) in advance.

Usage examples:

I did have the sense to pre-establish that there was sufficient room for me
adjective

Established in advance.

Usage examples:

He had no pre-established plan

Preestablishes

priːɪˈstablɪʃ

Meanings of Preestablishes:

verb

Establish (something) in advance.

Usage examples:

I did have the sense to pre-establish that there was sufficient room for me

Preestablishing

priːɪˈstablɪʃ

Meanings of Preestablishing:

verb

Establish (something) in advance.

Usage examples:

I did have the sense to pre-establish that there was sufficient room for me

Meanings of Preexist:

verb

Exist at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

The statute does no more than restore what pre-existed

Meanings of Preexisted:

verb

Exist at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

The statute does no more than restore what pre-existed

Meanings of Preexistence:

noun

The existence of something at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

Pre-existence of medical conditions

Preexistent

ˌpriːɪɡˈzɪstənt

Meanings of Preexistent:

adjective

Existing at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

These drugs must be used with care in patients with pre-existent heart disease

Meanings of Preexisting:

verb

Exist at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

The statute does no more than restore what pre-existed
adjective

Having existed at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

A pre-existing contractual obligation

Meanings of Preexists:

verb

Exist at or from an earlier time.

Usage examples:

The statute does no more than restore what pre-existed

Meanings of Preexperiment:

adjective

Happening or existing before the start of an experiment (= a test done to learn or discover something)

Usage examples:

Two pre-experiment tasks were sent to all participants., a pre-experiment had been conducted to est…

Preexposure

priːɪkˈspəʊʒə

Meanings of Preexposure:

noun

Previous or premature exposure to something, especially to a disease or infection.

Usage examples:

Pre-exposure vaccination

Meanings of Preexposures:

noun

Previous or premature exposure to something, especially to a disease or infection.

Usage examples:

Pre-exposure vaccination

Meanings of Pref:

abbreviation

Preface.

Written abbreviation for preference adjective

Meanings of Prefab:

noun

A prefabricated building.

Usage examples:

A prefab hut
adjective

(especially of a building) manufactured in sections to enable assembly on site; prefabricated.

Usage examples:

Rows of prefab bungalows

Meanings of Prefabbing:

noun

The construction or assembly of buildings, etc., from component parts; prefabrication.

Prefabricate

priːˈfabrɪkeɪt

Meanings of Prefabricate:

verb

Manufacture (a building or piece of furniture) in sections to enable quick or easy assembly on site.

Usage examples:

The tower took four months to prefabricate and was craned into place in fifteen days

Prefabricated

ˌpriːˈfæb.rɪ.keɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Prefabricated:

adjective

(of a building or piece of furniture) manufactured in sections to enable quick or easy assembly on site.

Usage examples:

Prefabricated homes
verb

Manufacture (a building or piece of furniture) in sections to enable quick or easy assembly on site.

Usage examples:

The tower took four months to prefabricate and was craned into place in fifteen days

Prefabricates

priːˈfabrɪkeɪt

Meanings of Prefabricates:

verb

Manufacture (a building or piece of furniture) in sections to enable quick or easy assembly on site.

Usage examples:

The tower took four months to prefabricate and was craned into place in fifteen days

Prefabricating

priːˈfabrɪkeɪt

Meanings of Prefabricating:

verb

Manufacture (a building or piece of furniture) in sections to enable quick or easy assembly on site.

Usage examples:

The tower took four months to prefabricate and was craned into place in fifteen days

Meanings of Prefabrication:

noun

The act of making parts in a factory that can be put together quickly, or of building something from these parts

Usage examples:

Prefabrication of almost all building elements is now the norm., they specialize in prefabrication …

Meanings of Prefabricator:

noun

A person who or company which practises prefabrication, especially one engaged in the construction of prefabricated buildings.

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