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aforementioned

[ uh-fawr-men-shuhnd, uh-fohr-; uh-fawr-men-shuhnd, uh-fohr- ]
/ əˈfɔrˌmɛn ʃənd, əˈfoʊr-; əˌfɔrˈmɛn ʃənd, əˌfoʊr- /
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adjective

cited or mentioned earlier or previously.

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Origin of aforementioned

First recorded in 1580–90; afore + mention + -ed2
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British Dictionary definitions for aforementioned

aforementioned
/ (əˈfɔːˌmɛnʃənd) /

adjective

(usually prenominal) (chiefly in legal documents) stated or mentioned before or already
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