English to Malay Meaning :: precede

Precede :
mendahului
mendahului - mendahuluimendahuluididahuluimendahuluisebelumnya
 
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Verb(1) be earlier in time; go back further(2) come before(3) be the predecessor of(4) move ahead (of others(5) furnish with a preface or introduction

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(1) One witness reported hearing an explosion precede the fire.(2) take time to read the chapters that precede the recipes(3) There is a real fear that his lack of form could be affecting those that precede him in the batting order.(4) he let her precede him through the gate(5) They precede adjectives: many clever people, not clever many people; my poor friend, not poor my friend.(6) Film directors and community representatives will be in attendance at numerous film screenings, and public forums will precede various films.(7) Patients nearly always have multiple renal cysts, which usually precede development of liver cysts.(8) Symptoms of the common cold usually precede onset.(9) In other words, pages 3 and 4 must follow - not precede - pages 1 and 2.(10) Given the gory, carnage strewn 250-plus pages that precede that statement, the reader can only nod dumbly in agreement.(11) A clear and vivid mental picture must always precede the actual picture on paper.(12) The live international television feed was available to every subscribing channel around the world from 45 minutes before kick-off but all the main football countries preceded their coverage with studio-based analysis.(13) Immigrants see their lives as chapters in a larger family narrative that precedes and follows their own.(14) My lecturer, Scott [for some reason I can never write about him without preceding his actual name with the words ÔÇÿmy lecturerÔÇÖ], generally dislikes him, though I myself fail to see why.(15) The specification proper is preceded by a three page End User License Agreement, in small type.(16) There is a complete biography for virtually every artist, and each section is preceded by an introductory essay.
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Synonyms
Verb
2. go ahead of ::
mendahului
3. preface ::
kata pengantar
4. come before ::
datang sebelum
5. predate ::
mendahului
6. lead ::
membawa
7. introduce ::
memperkenalkan
Antonyms
1. follow ::
ikuti
2. succeed ::
berjaya
Different Forms
precede, preceded, precedes, preceding
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