He had been in the midst of a campaign for parliament when he paused to prepare for the match with Charr.
He counseled them to start packing a suitcase and to prepare to be away from home.
To that end, the GOP should be working to limit its losses over the next two years and prepare to recover in the midterms.
Thirty minutes before the phone call, I watched YouTube clips to prepare my nasally accent.
He has told them to prepare for “the Destructions,” which could happen at any time.
Furthermore, they prepare for knowledge that is to be used later.
prepare the stamina from this piece of wax by snipping the proper number.
We rowed back to the Pearl for breakfast, and to prepare for the search.
Mrs Campbell and the girls were obliged to leave to prepare the dinner.
I don't want any of that nasty porridge I know they are about to prepare for supper.
mid-15c., a back formation from preparation and in part from Middle French preparer (14c.), from Latin praeparare "make ready beforehand" (see preparation). Related: Prepared; preparing. Be prepared as the Boy Scouts' motto is attested from 1911.