pre-existent


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Adj.1.pre-existent - existing previously or before something; "variations on pre-existent musical themes"
antecedent - preceding in time or order
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pre-existent

[ˈpriːɪgˈzɪstənt] ADJpreexistente

pre-existent

adj (= existing before)vorher vorhanden or existent; (= of an earlier life)präexistent
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(2,3) It is usually a self-limiting illness, although, secondary progression of pre-existent kidney disease has been reported.
"The elderly and those with pre-existent conditions, such as asthma and heart failure, are likely to face declining health due to exacerbation of their conditions due to weather," he said in a statement.
Though thoracic accumulation of urine may occur in the setting of a pre-existent diaphragmatic disruption, in the majority of cases diaphragmatic integrity is maintained.
Nothing in nature or natural reasoning can explain how the universe (or even a pre-existent spaceless and matterless environment of quantum laws) could have been produced by nothing from nothing." Hoyle's view did not sit well with other theologians who dismissed miracles as products of the imagination, as hoax or fraud.
Chondrosarcoma of the hand arising from a pre-existent benign solitary enchondroma.
In this dialogue, she hears not the plays talking to each other but both talking with the "pre-existent, vibrant, often misogynist cultural discourses on shrew-baiting, combined with the dramatic form of Italian romantic comedy" (99).
Pre-existent cracks in the legs of statues could break even further apart.
Friedland makes a valid point here as later on in the interview he would compare Netflix to television channels, and point out that since the licensing regime has not evolved over the years, certain content cannot be provided in India at this moment because of pre-existent licenses owned by other television channels such as Zee Cafe, Star World etc.
Through a closer examination of their borrowings, it becomes clear that no single technique exists, as each uses pre-existent material according to the dictates of the poetic text, their individual styles, and their expressive goals.
"We will explore, for example, how Emirati artists respond to and reconcile the rapid urbanisation of their own city with the pre-existent cultural heritage."
"My work is based on the analysis, recouping and recontextualising of pre-existent images," Linda Fregni Nagler writes in her 2013 monograph The Hidden Mother.