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Preempt definition, to occupy (land) in order to establish a prior right to buy. See more.

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Preempt definition is - to acquire (something, such as land) by preemption. ... See the full definition for preempt in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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preempt meaning: 1. to prevent something from happening by taking action first: 2. If a broadcast is preempted, it is replaced by another, usually more important ...

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Define preempt. preempt synonyms, preempt pronunciation, preempt translation, English dictionary definition of preempt. v. pre·empt·ed , pre·empt·ing ...

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If everyone at the lunch meeting is vying for the last roast beef sandwich, but you grab it first, you preempt your colleagues from getting it. Let them eat liverwurst.

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Define preempt (verb) in American English and get synonyms. What is preempt ( verb)? preempt (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan ...

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"If that is what you wish, I will engage to say nothing that will preempt your revelation. Stephanie Laurens ON A WICKED DAWN (2002) ...

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preempt definition: To preempt is defined as to seize, take priority over or take the place of. (verb) An example of to preempt is for a local government to take over ...

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Definition of pre-empt - take action in order to prevent (an anticipated event) happening; forestall, acquire or appropriate (something) in advance, make a.