preconceived

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pre·con·ceive

 (prē′kən-sēv′)
tr.v. pre·con·ceived, pre·con·ceiv·ing, pre·con·ceives
To form (an opinion, for example) before possessing full or adequate knowledge or experience.

preconceived

(ˌpriːkənˈsiːvd)
adj
formed beforehand before one has enough information about something or knowledge of it, and therefore probably wrong; conceived ahead in time: a preconceived idea.
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Adj.1.preconceived - (of an idea or opinion) formed beforehand; especially without evidence or through prejudice; "certain preconceived notions"

preconceived

adjective presumed, premature, predetermined, presupposed, prejudged, forejudged preconceived notions about what we want from life
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preconceived

[ˈpriːkənˈsiːvd] ADJpreconcebido

preconceived

[ˌpriːkənˈsiːvd] adj [idea] → préconçu(e)

preconceived

adj opinion, ideavorgefasst; to have preconceived ideas about somethingeine vorgefasste Meinung zu etw haben

preconceived

[ˌpriːkənˈsiːvd] adj (idea) → preconcetto/a