antecedent în Română

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n. antecedent, antecedente, trecut, primul dintre cei doi termeni ai unui raport {mat.}

antecedent în Engleză

n. antecedent

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In such an example antecedent causes may range from role conflicts to communication problems.
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The order of listing the formulas within any antecedent and within any succedent is to be immaterial in applying the rules.
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To look up the antecedents of all these people, to discover their bona fides-all that takes time and endless inconvenience.
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Given these extensive antecedents, I do not propose to go over the general background to this case.
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When the antecedent is this, that, these or those it is usual to use 'which'.
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The antecedent of the horse was a small four-toed animal.
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It was an antecedent event to the Vietnam War.
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I know his antecedents[personal history].
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The antecedents are not too encouraging: although all the Member States have supported the Ahtisaari plan, they have still not agreed on whether to recognise Kosovo.
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A full explanation of the antecedents of this project, supplemented by a progress report in the case of an ongoing project, should be provided.
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Sinonime
a preceding occurrence or cause or event: cause
someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent): ascendent, primogenitor, ascendant, forefather, sire, progenitor, father, ancestress, forebear, relative, relation, foremother, forbear, ancestor, root
anything that precedes something similar in time: temporal relation, forerunner
preceding in time or order: anterior, preexistent, prior, prevenient, pre-existent, preceding, preexisting, anticipatory, pre-existing
the referent of an anaphor; a phrase or clause that is referred to by an anaphoric pronoun: referent



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