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pre-decided

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Definition of pre-decided in English:

adjective

Decided or established in advance: assemble at a pre-decided place
More example sentences
  • How long has it been since we saw a convention actually choose the candidate, rather than the whole thing being pre-decided in the primaries?
  • He's keeping his eyes open and does not appear to be selecting information on the basis of support for a pre-decided result.
  • To get an idea of what he felt like, try stopping a stopwatch when it is showing a pre-decided number of milliseconds.

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