prenuptial

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pre·nup·tial

 (prē-nŭp′shəl, -chəl)
adj.
Before marriage or a wedding: a prenuptial celebration.

prenuptial

(priːˈnʌpʃəl; -tʃəl)
adj
occurring or existing before marriage

pre•nup•tial

(priˈnʌp ʃəl, -tʃəl)

adj.
before marriage: a prenuptial agreement.
[1865–70]
pron: See nuptial.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prenuptial - relating to events before a marriageprenuptial - relating to events before a marriage; "prenuptial agreement"
postnuptial - relating to events after a marriage
Translations

prenuptial

[ˌpriːˈnʌpʃəl]
B. CPD prenuptial agreement Ncontrato m matrimonial

prenuptial

adjvor der Hochzeit
References in periodicals archive ?
58) Another work reports that those who prenuptially cohabit are no more likely to divorce than those who do not, but that children born to cohabiting parents are twice as likely to see their parents separate as those born within marriage.