Simple past tense and past participle of predetermine.(verb)
Determined in advance(adjective)
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Use "predetermined" in a sentence
"His depression is a long-established beast, its terms of engagement predetermined from the outset of the book and subject to only the sketchiest of examinations."
"You could require it only be taken out for use in predetermined milieus — someone visits a theater with it, another a restaurant at which a call is to be made and received, another on a day hike through the Santa Cruz hills to test reception, and so on."
"Individual behavior in an organization is relatively stable and predictable because organizational structure is characterized by predetermined goals, prescribed roles, an authority structure, rules and regulations, and informal patterns."