Preclude Definition

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1. "International law recognises that there are exceptional circumstances where necessity precludes wrongfulness, and this will be said to be one of those cases, " Mr Sands told the BBC. 1
2. A constitutional amendment precludes any president from serving more than two terms. 1
3. A prior engagement will preclude me from coming. 1
4. A prior engagement will preclude them from coming. 1
5. Abdication is precluded by the lack of a possible successor. 1
6. Age alone will not preclude him from standing as a candidate. 1
7. All reservists had a 60-day window to enroll and those who already had their orders were not precluded from participation. 1
8. Anatomic constraints may preclude the insertion a transarticular screw unilaterally or bilaterally. 1
9. As a matter of strict law, party elections can neither preclude nor pre-empt the prerogative of choice. 1
10. At 84, John feels his age precludes too much travel. 1
11. At 84,(This website/too.html) John feels his age precludes too much travel. 1
12. AV pump can preclude edema effectively. 1
13. B. Cephalopelvic disproportion is a disparity between the size of the maternal pelvis and the fetal head that precludes vaginal delivery. This condition can rarely be diagnosed in advance. 1
14. Because the transcript is still under seal, I am precluded by law from discussing the evidence. 1
15. Before the rise of open systems there were five factors which precluded migration to Unix, he argues. 1
16. Black holes are dense, but their event horizons preclude observations. 1
17. Blake returned to London a hero in the eyes of MI6 but the secret nature of his work precluded any official recognition. 1
18. Bottom line thinking simply precludes public service investment. 1
19. Bus voltages greater than 100V preclude the use of a standard IC for overcharge and overdischarge protection. 1
20. But political neutrality did not preclude profitable commerce. 1
21. But the proposed revision has been made so that it will not preclude auditors from asserting, in their audit reports, that international auditing standards have been complied with. 1
22. But there is nothing to preclude a charge being brought under section 5 even though the arrest was not effected under the section. 1
23. But while public provision does not preclude charitable giving, the existence of the profit motive in any service usually does. 1
24. Casinos, after all, have rules that preclude the truly shocking. 1
25. Commercial considerations presumably preclude any cruel or unpleasant side to his character. 1
26. Conclusion Adaptation training can preclude acute high altitude reaction and elevate altitude acclimatization. 1
27. Congressional intent to preclude review had to be demonstrated by " clear and convincing evidence. ". 1
28. Contrariwise, certain physical explanations which may be attractive are completely precluded by the chemistry. 1
29. Data sets precluded from analysis are well documented, but the great bulk of typical experimental data will be handled. 1
30. Did her unkempt condition preclude making a quest out of her? 1
 

Preclude

[prəˈklo͞od]

VERB

precludes (third person present) · precluded (past tense) · precluded (past participle) · precluding (present participle)

  - prevent from happening; make impossible.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En