preprogrammed

pre·pro·gram

 (prē-prō′grăm′, -grəm)
tr.v. pre·pro·grammed, pre·pro·gram·ming, pre·pro·grams or pre·pro·gramed or pre·pro·gram·ing
To program in advance; preset.
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preprogrammed

(priːˈprəʊɡræmd)
adj
1. (Computer Science) (of a computer or electronic device) having been programmed in advance
2. (of a living creature) genetically biased towards a particular behaviour
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Translations

preprogrammed

preprogramed (US) [ˌpriːˈprəʊgræmd] ADJpreprogramado
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