Examples of predate in a Sentence
modes of transportation that predate the car
the native people who predated European settlers in America
Recent Examples of predate from the Web
These shirts refer to the rebellious Mormon media that predate Dehlin’s podcasts.
Some tribals are Hindu and others Christian, but many persist in forms of worship that predate both religions—such as erecting large stones to mark undertakings of great significance.
The Coast Guard has been working on a series of waterway safety studies, culminating with this year's Port Access Route Study, that predated the proposal and evaluated a number of sensitive areas and safety concerns in the region.
But there are secrets tucked away here that predate the building’s moment of infamy.
The brightest spot at Penney continues to be the Sephora beauty shops, an initiative that predated Ellison’s arrival by eight years.
Though Mueller was appointed a year ago this Thursday, the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia predates him by nine months.
But his form has been in decline for some time now, something that predated Pep Guardiola’s decision to expel him from Manchester City.
But if Cohen or Trump could establish that discussions with Daniels over the payment long predated his run for office, that could help them with the argument that the money was a personal rather than political expense.
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PREDATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of predate for English Language Learners
: to exist or happen at an earlier time than (something or someone)
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