Definición de previous en inglés:

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previous

Pronunciación: /ˈpriːvɪəs/

adjetivo

1 [attributive] Existing or occurring before in time or order: she looked tired after her exertions of the previous evening the boat’s previous owner
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It follows a previous interim order which was made out for two months in April.
  • The starting grids are based on a reversal of the finishing order of the previous race.
  • It is the point of order I referred to during your ruling on the previous point of order.
Sinónimos
foregoing, preceding, precursory, antecedent, above;
old, earlier, prior, former, ex-, past, last, sometime, one-time, erstwhile, as was
formal quondam
archaic whilom
rare anterior
2 informal Overhasty in acting: I admit I may have been a bit previous
Sinónimos
overhasty, hasty, premature, precipitate, impetuous, too early, too soon, untimely, presumptuous
informal ahead of oneself

sustantivo

[mass noun] British informal
Previous convictions; a criminal record: he’s got previous—theft and wounding

Frases

previous to

Before: the month previous to publication
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The economic reality was that previous to that case, quite extended families had been living on these properties for a pittance.
  • ‘None of these 57 sites had any record of toxicity previous to 1988,’ he said.
  • On the pre-recorded show on Sunday night last, Christopher was picked previous to the show to be the member from the audience to perform just before the end.
Sinónimos
before, prior to, until, till, up to, earlier than, preceding, leading up to, in advance of, ahead of, ante-, pre-
rare anterior to

Derivados

previousness

sustantivo

Origen

Early 17th century: from Latin praevius 'going before' (from prae 'before' + via 'way') + -ous.

Palabras que riman con previous

devious
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