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tr.v. pre·clud·ed, pre·clud·ing, pre·cludes
1. To make impossible, as by action taken in advance; prevent. See Synonyms at prevent.
2. To exclude or prevent (someone) from a given condition or activity: Modesty precludes me from accepting the honor.

[Latin praeclūdere : prae-, pre- + claudere, to close.]

pre·clu′sion (-klo͞o′zhən) n.
pre·clu′sive (-klo͞o′sĭv, -zĭv) adj.
pre·clu′sive·ly adv.
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Noun1.preclusion - the act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively
prevention, bar - the act of preventing; "there was no bar against leaving"; "money was allocated to study the cause and prevention of influenza"
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(of possibility)Ausschließung f, → Ausschluss m
(= prevention)Verhinderung f
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But it persists in providing only a generalized discussion of preclusion doctrine that is untethered to specific findings in the NLRB proceeding.
Ashe stands for the proposition that issue preclusion is part of the
preclusion." (29) The First Circuit expounded this notion in
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