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Preclude 1100 Words You Need Week 15 Day 2

Preclude 1100 Words You Need

Preclude 1100 Words You Need

/prɪˈkluːd/ (verb)

to prevent someone from doing something or to prevent something from happening, thwart, avoid, stop, avert, inhibit, put a stop to, ward off, counteract, block:

The authors were able to safely facilitate surgery for a patient whose deformity and frailty may otherwise have precluded this possibility.

Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

A comparison of the results of the National Diabetes Survey between 1997 and 2007 in Japan showed that the percentage of “people strongly suspected of having diabetes” (diabetes) increased from 9.9% to 15.3% in males and from 7.1% to 7.3% in females, and the percentage of “people for whom the possibility of diabetes cannot be precluded” (prediabetes) increased from 8.0% to 14.0% in males and from 7.9% to 15.9% in females.

Source: https://www.med.or.jp/

On receiving the state and federal criminal history record of a person, the division shall compare the record with the list of criminal offenses that preclude the person from receiving a fingerprint clearance card. If the person’s criminal history record does not contain any of the offenses, the division shall issue the person a fingerprint clearance card. A person who is subject to registration as a sex offender in this state or any other jurisdiction or who is awaiting trial on or who has been convicted of committing or attempting, soliciting, facilitating or conspiring to commit one or more of the following offenses in this state or the same or similar offenses in another state or jurisdiction is precluded from receiving a fingerprint clearance card.

Source: https://www.azleg.gov

Antonym: encourage

Noun: preclusion

Adjective: preclusive

Adverb: preclusively

Farsi: پیشگیری کردن

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