Third-person singular simple present indicative form of precede.(verb)
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Use "precedes" in a sentence
"When R is precedes, we can intuitively regard its weak ancestral, precedes+, as the relation less-than-or-equal-to on the natural numbers."
"I have watched Disney films all of my life; the label precedes the majority of the films I view, in fact…. not once have I gathered from a Disney movie, or any movie, for that matter, that I am better than any woman or any girl."
"You may be interested to know that the mindset behind the term precedes America's postmodern love affair with political correctness, tracing back to good ole 'fashioned Cold War Communism (PC's uglier big sister). ""