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    preclude - Dictionary definition and meaning for word preclude

    Definition
    (verb) keep from happening or arising; make impossible
    Synonyms : forbid , foreclose , forestall , prevent
    Example Sentence
    • My sense of tact forbids an honest answer
    • Your role in the projects precludes your involvement in the competitive project
    Definition
    (verb) make impossible, especially beforehand
    Synonyms : close out , rule out
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PRECLUDE is to EXCLUDE or keep out, whereas INCLUDE which is its opposite means to take in as part of a group.

pre+(con)clude ->pahle hi conclude karke eliminate karna or prevent karna.

prevent to conclude

pre+include....Now pre- (prefix) is mostly used as before, prior to, like prehistoric....So we cannot Include or change anything previous or past.So Include of Pre is impossible or ruled out

PREvent+inCLUDE: To prevent something from ever happening and thus stop the inclusion of it into the history.

PRECLUDE = PREVENT + EXCLUDE

PRECLUDE : DISCLUDE

include=> (in)+clude(close) preclude => pre(before)+clude(close): make impossible

pre+clude—pre conclude— we pre conclude, i.e., we analyze things in advance so that WE CAN PREVENT ITS OCCURANCE

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