Definition of Preuniversity

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preuniversity

pretyping
pretzel
pretzel knot
pretzel knots
pretzel link
pretzel links
pretzelosity
pretzels
preunification
preunion
preunions
preunite
preunited
preunites
preuniting
preuniversity (current term)
preurban
preux chevalier
prev
prevacation
prevail
prevail upon
prevailed
prevailer
prevailers
prevaileth
prevailing
prevailing parties
prevailing party
prevailing westerly

Literary usage of Preuniversity

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1. Building a New South Africa by Marc Van Ameringen (1995)
"... of large shortfalls in their preuniversity education relative to white entrants, financial constraints, and the absence of strong remedial programs. ..."

2. Gender and the Information Revolution in Africa by Eva-Maria Rathgeber, Edith Ofwona Adera (2000)
"preuniversity or university training, preferably in the sciences, is a prerequisite for higher level technicians and engineers. ..."

3. Honan's Handbook to Medical Europe: A Ready Reference Book to the by James Henry Honan (1912)
"In the preuniversity era we find schools existing for special purposes of study, as the monastic and cathedral schools, each teaching what was essential to ..."

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