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Definition of pre-decided in English:

adjective

Decided or established in advance: assemble at a pre-decided place
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  • The students were in groups of friends following their pre-decided routes.
  • We were at the mercy of the winds completely; nothing could be pre-decided.
  • They should really stop doing studies which try to prove pre-decided points with lots of backwards logic.

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