Definition of Pre-emptive

1. Adjective. Designed or having the power to deter or prevent an anticipated situation or occurrence. "A preemptive business offer"

Exact synonyms: Preemptive
Similar to: Preventative, Preventive
Derivative terms: Preempt, Preempt, Preempt, Preempt



Definition of Pre-emptive

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of preemptive) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pre-emptive

pre-dreadnought
pre-echo
pre-echoes
pre-eclampsia
pre-embryo
pre-eminence
pre-eminent
pre-eminently
pre-empt
pre-empted
pre-empting
pre-emption
pre-emptions
pre-emptive (current term)
pre-emptive strike
pre-emptively
pre-emptor
pre-empts
pre-excellency
pre-exilic
pre-exist
pre-existed
pre-existent
pre-existing
pre-exists
pre-exponent
pre-exponential
pre-exposure prophylaxis

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