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pre·de·cease

 (prē′dĭ-sēs′)
tr.v. pre·de·ceased, pre·de·ceas·ing, pre·de·ceas·es
To die before (another person).

predecease

(ˌpriːdɪˈsiːs)
vb
to die before (some other person)
n
rare earlier death

pre•de•cease

(ˌpri dɪˈsis)

v.t. -ceased, -ceas•ing.
to die before (another person).
[1585–95]

predecease


Past participle: predeceased
Gerund: predeceasing

Imperative
predecease
predecease
Present
I predecease
you predecease
he/she/it predeceases
we predecease
you predecease
they predecease
Preterite
I predeceased
you predeceased
he/she/it predeceased
we predeceased
you predeceased
they predeceased
Present Continuous
I am predeceasing
you are predeceasing
he/she/it is predeceasing
we are predeceasing
you are predeceasing
they are predeceasing
Present Perfect
I have predeceased
you have predeceased
he/she/it has predeceased
we have predeceased
you have predeceased
they have predeceased
Past Continuous
I was predeceasing
you were predeceasing
he/she/it was predeceasing
we were predeceasing
you were predeceasing
they were predeceasing
Past Perfect
I had predeceased
you had predeceased
he/she/it had predeceased
we had predeceased
you had predeceased
they had predeceased
Future
I will predecease
you will predecease
he/she/it will predecease
we will predecease
you will predecease
they will predecease
Future Perfect
I will have predeceased
you will have predeceased
he/she/it will have predeceased
we will have predeceased
you will have predeceased
they will have predeceased
Future Continuous
I will be predeceasing
you will be predeceasing
he/she/it will be predeceasing
we will be predeceasing
you will be predeceasing
they will be predeceasing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been predeceasing
you have been predeceasing
he/she/it has been predeceasing
we have been predeceasing
you have been predeceasing
they have been predeceasing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been predeceasing
you will have been predeceasing
he/she/it will have been predeceasing
we will have been predeceasing
you will have been predeceasing
they will have been predeceasing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been predeceasing
you had been predeceasing
he/she/it had been predeceasing
we had been predeceasing
you had been predeceasing
they had been predeceasing
Conditional
I would predecease
you would predecease
he/she/it would predecease
we would predecease
you would predecease
they would predecease
Past Conditional
I would have predeceased
you would have predeceased
he/she/it would have predeceased
we would have predeceased
you would have predeceased
they would have predeceased
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.predecease - die before; die earlier than; "She predeceased her husband"
croak, decease, die, drop dead, buy the farm, cash in one's chips, give-up the ghost, kick the bucket, pass away, perish, snuff it, pop off, expire, conk, exit, choke, go, pass - pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life; "She died from cancer"; "The children perished in the fire"; "The patient went peacefully"; "The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102"
Translations

predecease

[ˈpriːdɪˈsiːs] VT (frm) → morir antes que

predecease

[ˌpriːdɪˈsiːs] vtprécéder dans la mort

predecease

vt to predecease somebodyvor jdm sterben

predecease

[ˌpriːdɪˈsiːs] vtmorire prima di
References in classic literature ?
Utterson ALONE, and in case of his predecease to be destroyed unread," so it was emphatically superscribed; and the lawyer dreaded to behold the contents.
If possible, have your client outline how they want their property to pass in each of the following situations: they predecease a spouse; a spouse predeceases the client; one or more of the client's children predecease them; the client predeceases a parent or other older relative who may not remain financially independent.
For instance, the beneficiary designation would read: "One-third to the trust for my spouse and if she predeceases or disclaims, this one-third shall be added to the other two-thirds; one-third to the trust for my son Jeffrey.