Definition of prepositive in English:

prepositive

Syllabification: pre·pos·i·tive
Pronunciation: /prēˈpäzətiv
 
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adjective

Grammar
(Of a word, particle, etc.) placed in front of the word that it governs or modifies.

Origin

late 16th century: from late Latin praepositivus (see pre-, positive).

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