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prior1 British & World English

Existing or coming before in time, order, or importance

prior2 British & World English

The male head of a house or group of houses of certain religious orders, in particular:

prior charge British & World English

A class of stock or capital on which claims for payment take precedence over the claims of ordinary stock or capital

prior restraint British & World English

Judicial suppression of material that would be published or broadcast, on the grounds that it is libelous or harmful. In US law, the First Amendment severely limits the ability of the government to do this

prior probability British & World English

A probability as assessed before making reference to certain relevant observations, especially subjectively or on the assumption that all possible outcomes be given the same probability

prior English Thesaurus

visitors can tour the mill by prior arrangement

prior English-Spanish


prior Spanish-English


prior to in prior English Thesaurus

prior to the seventeenth century clocks were made by blacksmiths

prior to being attacked in prior English-Spanish

antes de que lo atacaran

I had a prior engagement in prior English-Spanish

ya tenía un compromiso, tenía un compromiso previo

two days prior to departure in prior English-Spanish

dos días antes de la partida

she pleaded a prior engagement in plead English-Spanish

alegó tener un compromiso anterior

research has a prior claim on available funds in claim English-Spanish

la investigación tiene prioridad en la adjudicación de los fondos disponibles

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