prerequisite

[ pri-rek-wuh-zit, pree- ]

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREREQUISITE

This course would be prerequisite for all subsequent courses in practice.

This course would be prerequisite for subsequent courses in history, etc.

The poll-tax was abolished as a prerequisite for voting in the case of women.

The ability to do good handwork rapidly is the prerequisite.

Moreover, is it a prerequisite for understanding the present?

They all assume the existence of needs as a prerequisite to their validity.

But as I have pointed out the raising of the magistrate's salary is a prerequisite.

And often, belonging to one such club is the prerequisite for joining another.

The prerequisite to the creation of a society is the Social Will.

In this process, as indeed in all other mental processes, Attention is a prerequisite.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PREREQUISITE

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