prerequisite

[ pri-rek-wuh-zit, pree- ]SEE DEFINITION OF prerequisite

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.

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