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PRESUPPOSE [ˌprēsəˈpōz]

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presuppose (verb) · presupposes (third person present) · presupposed (past tense) · presupposed (past participle) · presupposing (present participle)

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1. Presuppose definition is - to suppose beforehand

2. How to use Presuppose in a sentence.

3. (of a thing, condition, or state of affairs) to require or imply as an antecedent condition: An effect Presupposes

4. Pre·sup·posed, pre·sup·pos·ing, pre·sup·pos·es 1. To believe or suppose in advance: "In passing moral judgments we Presuppose that a man's actions, and hence also his being a good or a bad man, are in his power" (Leo Strauss)

5. 8 synonyms of Presuppose from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 38 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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7. 1. To believe or suppose in advance: "In passing moral judgments we Presuppose that a man's actions, and hence also his being a good or a bad man, are in his power" (Leo Strauss)

8. Capitalism Presupposes that you have things like competition, that you have things like price transparency, that you have things like efficient capital markets, that consumers are making choices

9. The Crossword Solver found 21 answers to the Presuppose crossword clue

10. Presuppose 'Presuppose' is a 10 letter word starting with P and ending with E Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Presuppose We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Presuppose will help you to finish your crossword today

11. See authoritative translations of Presuppose in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

12. When you suppose something is true, you assume it's true; to Presuppose means something similar. The pre — which means "before" — is a reminder that what you're assuming is background or pretext for something else

13. Asking “Want soup?” Presupposes someone is …

14. Dictionary entry overview: What does Presuppose mean? • Presuppose (verb) The verb Presuppose has 2 senses:

15. Require as a necessary antecedent or precondition Familiarity information: Presuppose used as a verb is rare.

16. Verb If one thing Presupposes another, the first thing cannot be true or exist unless the second thing is true or exists

17. All your arguments Presuppose that he's a rational, intelligent man.

18. Pre‧sup‧pose /ˌpriːsəˈpəʊz $ -ˈpoʊz/ verb [ transitive] formal 1 to depend on something that is believed to exist or to be true SYN assume The idea of heaven Presupposes the existence of God

19. Presuppose that Your argument Presupposes that Dickens was a social reformer

20. What does Presuppose mean? To assume some truth without proof, usually for the purpose of reaching a conclusion based on that truth

21. ‘But both Presuppose that the only proper purpose or consideration of a final bonus is the return of the capital value of the asset share of the policy-holder.’ ‘And why can't we let patients make an informed choice based on the data, rather than paternalistically presupposing that all …

22. Definition and synonyms of Presuppose from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

23. This is the British English definition of Presuppose.View American English definition of Presuppose.

24. In addition to adjusting for categorical variables via indicator variables, adjustments for continuous variables (i.e., age) were also made using indicator variables because we did not Presuppose linear relationships between predictors and …

25. Presuppose (third-person singular simple present Presupposes, present participle presupposing, simple past and past participle Presupposed) To assume some truth without proof, usually for the purpose of reaching a conclusion based on that truth.

26. As verbs the difference between suppose and Presuppose is that suppose is to take for granted; to conclude, with less than absolute supporting data; to believe while Presuppose is to assume some truth without proof, usually for the purpose of reaching a conclusion based on that truth.

27. Presuppose something to accept something as true or existing and act on that basis, before it has been proved to be true synonym presume Teachers sometimes Presuppose a fairly …

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30. 20 synonyms for Presuppose: presume, consider, accept, suppose, assume, take it, imply, take for

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32. This page shows answers to the clue Presuppose, followed by 2 definitions like “To suppose beforehand”, “Take for granted or as a given” and “To suppose or assume beforehand”.A synonym for Presuppose is postulate.

33. Definition of Presuppose in the Definitions.net dictionary

34. What does Presuppose mean? Information and translations of Presuppose in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

35. Synonyms for Presuppose in Free Thesaurus

36. 20 synonyms for Presuppose: presume, consider, accept, suppose, assume, take it, imply, take for

37. [15] The Rules Presuppose a larger legal context shaping the lawyer’s role

38. Examples of Presuppose in a sentence

39. Before looking at evidence, the detective is usually the first to Presuppose that a family member committed the crime.

40. Find 12 ways to say Presuppose, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

41. As John Durham Peters notes in The Marvelous Clouds, “Media old and new are embedded in cycles of day and night, weather and climate, energy and culture, and they Presuppose large populations of domesticated plants, animals, and humans, to say nothing of an old and cold universe” (2015: 377)

42. 1 Presuppose something to accept something as true or existing, and act on that basis before it has been proved to be true synonym presume Teachers sometimes Presuppose a fairly high level of knowledge by the students.

43. Inflections of 'Presuppose' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Presupposes v 3rd person singular presupposing v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Presupposed v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Presupposed v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used

44. Si j'ecarte ces deux alternatives, c'est pour recuser le Presuppose, a savoir qu'il y a dans la circulation des idees de par le monde un processus de copie appauvrissante.: If I separate these two alternatives, it is to challenge the presupposition that knows that there is, in the circulation of ideas through the world, a process of the impoverishing copy.

45. Presuppose something to accept something as true or existing and act on that basis, before it has been proved to be true synonym presume Teachers sometimes Presuppose a fairly high level of knowledge by the students

46. Presuppose that… Presuppose something to depend on something in order to exist or be true synonym assume: 36.

47. The Tamil for Presuppose is முன்னதாகவே (எண்ணு) நினைத்துக் கொள்

48. To Presuppose is to take something as a given; presupposing is like assuming

49. When you suppose something is true, you assume it's true; to Presuppose means something similar

50. Asking “Want soup?” Presupposes someone is hungry.

51. I Presuppose all that I wrote on that occasion, but will return to some of the questions and points that I raised in the last paragraphs

52. Definition of Presuppose written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

53. Antonyms for Presuppose include neglect, disbelieve, disregard, ignore, reject, forget, misunderstand, abstain, deny and know

54. Presuppose translation in English - Italian Reverso dictionary, see also 'presupposition',predispose',presumptuous',presume', examples, definition, conjugation

55. The provisions contained in the article therefore do not depend on or Presuppose the use of particular types of technology

56. Does that Presuppose fairies? Science doesn’t Presuppose magic

57. We cannot Presuppose the truth of his statements

58. Let us Presuppose that he wins the game

59. All these plans Presuppose that the bank will be willing to lend us the money

60. All your arguments Presuppose that he's a ra

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