verb pre·cess \prē-ˈses, ˈprē-ˌ\

Definition of PRECESS

intransitive verb
:  to progress with a movement of precession
transitive verb
:  to cause to precess

Origin of PRECESS

back-formation from precession
First Known Use: 1892


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