Recent Examples of beforehand from the Web
One way to avoid that costly disaster is by doing some research beforehand.
Having a plan in place beforehand for a stock market crash is a great way to take panic out of the discussion.
The council, which must authorize such expenses beforehand, is in summer recess and won’t reconvene until early September.
Heart beats per minute more than doubled from an average 70 beforehand to 153 shortly after the ride had begun.
The hard-charging lunch ride that leaves from Panache cycling apparel HQ on Thursdays features dedicated throwdown (attack!) sections mapped out beforehand so the group can stay together (and safer) on busier stretches.
There was no system set up beforehand to link families and no plan on how to bring them back together, the officials said.
Thus when outnumbered it’s smart to pick off an enemy or two beforehand, make the fight a bit easier.
His season totals had sunk to .229/.307/.369 beforehand.
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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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