precondition

[ pree-kuh n-dish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF precondition
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Such trust is a precondition to the existence of a thriving, modern economy.

The value of the money is a precondition of the money-function.

The precondition of every true calling must be, not love for art, but love for mankind.

Even biologically, two individuals of the higher animal species are the precondition to a new individual existence.

The precondition of thought as of life is that nature be uniform, or ultimately that the world be rational.

WORD ORIGIN

1825, from pre- + condition (n.). As a verb from 1841.

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