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prepositive

adjective pre·pos·i·tive \pri-ˈpä-zə-tiv, -ˈpäz-tiv\

Definition of PREPOSITIVE

:  put before :  prefixed
pre·pos·i·tive·ly adverb

Origin of PREPOSITIVE

Late Latin praepositivus, from Latin praepositus, past participle of praeponere
First Known Use: 1583

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