Detailed Translations for preceding from English to Spanish


Translation Matrix for preceding:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
anterior last; previous
delantero attacker; forward; striker
introductor speaker
pasado past
precedente precedent
último last; last comer; latest
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- past; retiring
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
anterior foregoing; introductory; last; preceding; prefatory; preliminary; previous; progressing; walking in front before that; previously
delantero foregoing; introductory; preceding; preliminary; progressing
introductor introductory; opening; preceding; preliminary
pasado last; preceding; previous accomplished; achieved; before that; came by; clear; completed; concluded; dropped by; dropped in; elapsed; evident; exceeded; expired; finished; handed round; happened; lapsed; miserable; out; over; paltry; passed on; poor; prepared; previously; ragged; ready; ready for use; shabby; shady; surpassed; unsightly
precedente foregoing; introductory; preceding; prefatory; preliminary; progressing; walking in front
preliminar introductory; opening; preceding; preliminary
previo introductory; opening; preceding; preliminary
yendose delante foregoing; introductory; preceding; preliminary; progressing
último last; preceding; previous closing; final; hindmost; last; last of all; the very last; ultimate

Related Words for "preceding":

Synonyms for "preceding":

Antonyms for "preceding":

Related Definitions for "preceding":

  1. existing or coming before1
  2. of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office1

Wiktionary Translations for preceding:

Cross Translation:
preceding anterior antérieur — Qui précède dans le temps
preceding previo; antes d’avantprécédent. L’occurrence qui précède immédiatement celle dont on vient de parler.
preceding pasado; anterior précédent — Qui précéder, qui est immédiatement avant, en parlant ordinairement par rapport au temps.

preceding form of precede:

to precede verb (precedes, preceded, preceding)

  1. to precede (go before)

Conjugations for precede:

  1. precede
  2. precede
  3. precedes
  4. precede
  5. precede
  6. precede
simple past
  1. preceded
  2. preceded
  3. preceded
  4. preceded
  5. preceded
  6. preceded
present perfect
  1. have preceded
  2. have preceded
  3. has preceded
  4. have preceded
  5. have preceded
  6. have preceded
past continuous
  1. was preceding
  2. were preceding
  3. was preceding
  4. were preceding
  5. were preceding
  6. were preceding
  1. shall precede
  2. will precede
  3. will precede
  4. shall precede
  5. will precede
  6. will precede
continuous present
  1. am preceding
  2. are preceding
  3. is preceding
  4. are preceding
  5. are preceding
  6. are preceding
  1. be preceded
  2. be preceded
  3. be preceded
  4. be preceded
  5. be preceded
  6. be preceded
  1. precede!
  2. let's precede!
  3. preceded
  4. preceding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for precede:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ir a la cabeza go before; precede be in command of; command; direct; lead; order; preside; take the lead
ir delante go before; precede be in command of; be way ahead; command; direct; drive at the front; drive in front; drive onward; lead; order; preside; ride at the front; take the lead
- antecede; antedate; come before; forego; forgo; introduce; lead; predate; preface; premise

Related Words for "precede":

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Antonyms for "precede":

Related Definitions for "precede":

  1. furnish with a preface or introduction1
    • She always precedes her lectures with a joke1
  2. move ahead (of others) in time or space1
  3. be the predecessor of1
    • Bill preceded John in the long line of Susan's husbands1
  4. come before1
    • Most English adjectives precede the noun they modify1
  5. be earlier in time; go back further1
    • Stone tools precede bronze tools1

Wiktionary Translations for precede:

  1. go before, go in front of

Cross Translation:
precede avanzar; adelantarse; adelantar; precedir avancerpousser en avant, porter en avant.
precede preceder; adelantarse; anteceder précéderaller devant ; marcher devant.
precede prevenir; avisar prévenir — (vieilli) devancer, venir avant.