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Meanings of Preventionist:

noun

A person who favours or advocates a policy of prevention. also with modifying word designating the thing (to be) prevented.

Preventive

prɪˈven.tɪv

Meanings of Preventive:

adjective

Designed to keep something undesirable such as illness or harm from occurring.

Usage examples:

Preventive medicine
noun

A medicine or other treatment designed to prevent disease or ill health.

Usage examples:

Quinine was used as a malaria preventive

Preventive-medicine

prɪˈven.tɪv

Meanings of Preventive-medicine:

adjective

Intended to stop something before ...

Preventively

prɪˈven.tɪv.li

Meanings of Preventively:

adverb

In a way that is intended to stop something before it can happen

Usage examples:

You can use eyedrops preventively, before activities that typically cause your eyes to dry., the na…

Preventives

prɪˈvɛntɪv

Meanings of Preventives:

noun

A medicine or other treatment designed to prevent disease or ill health.

Usage examples:

Quinine was used as a malaria preventive
adjective

Designed to keep something undesirable such as illness or harm from occurring.

Usage examples:

Preventive medicine

Meanings of Preventorium:

noun

An institution where preventive care is given to people at risk from disease, especially tuberculosis.

Meanings of Preventoriums:

noun

An institution where preventive care is given to people at risk from disease, especially tuberculosis.

Prevents

prɪˈvent

Meanings of Prevents:

verb

Keep (something) from happening.

Usage examples:

Action must be taken to prevent further accidents

Meanings of Preverb:

noun

A particle or prefix preceding the stem of a verb.

adjective

Usually with hyphen. occurring or positioned before a verb.

Preverbal

priːˈvəːb(ə)l

Meanings of Preverbal:

adjective

Existing or occurring before the development of speech.

Usage examples:

Preverbal communication

Meanings of Prevernal:

adjective

Occurring in, relating to, or designating a period before spring or very early in spring.

Prevertebral

ˌpriːˈvɜː.tɪ.brəl

Meanings of Prevertebral:

adjective

Situated in front of the spinal column.

Meanings of Prevesical:

adjective

Situated in front of the bladder.

Preview

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Preview:

noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview
verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database

Previewed

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Previewed:

verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database
noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview

Previewing

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Previewing:

verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database
noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview

Previews

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Previews:

noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview
verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database

Meanings of Previous:

adjective

Existing or occurring before in time or order.

Usage examples:

She looked tired after her exertions of the previous evening
noun

Previous convictions; a criminal record.

Usage examples:

He's got previous—theft and wounding

Previous-to

ˈpriː.vi.əs

Meanings of Previous-to:

noun

If someone has previous, they have been found guilty of one or more crimes in the past. previous is short for ...

Meanings of Previously:

adverb

At a previous or earlier time; before.

Usage examples:

Museums and art galleries which had previously been open to the public

Previse

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Previse:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevised

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Prevised:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Previses

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Previses:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevising

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Prevising:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevision

prɪˈvɪʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Prevision:

noun

A feeling or prediction about a future event.

Usage examples:

A wise prevision of what is to come

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