Recent Examples of beforehand from the Web
It was thrown with clear intention, just as Rodriguez's was beforehand.
An agenda for that meeting will be available at least 48 hours beforehand.
The good news: There would probably be lots of warning beforehand.
Man o’ War was fractious beforehand, rearing up during the post parade and at the gate, delaying the start by almost 6 minutes.
Tickets for the throwback show go on sale Friday, May 18 at 10 a.m. to the general public, but pre-sales are available beforehand.
Insurers can charge older members more than the ACA allows, impose separate caps for prescription drug coverage and block coverage of a customer’s preexisting medical condition for a year if the individual was uninsured for 63 days beforehand.
O'Donohue said Ellison was told beforehand not to interfere with the race.
Doing research beforehand will keep you from investing in the wrong home improvement project.
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BEFOREHAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beforehand for English Language Learners
: in advance : at an earlier or previous time
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