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forego

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[ fawr-goh, fohr- ]
/ f蓴r藞go蕣, fo蕣r- /
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verb (used with or without object), fore路went, fore路gone, fore路go路ing.
to go before; precede.
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Origin of forego

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before 900; Middle English forgon, forgan,Old English foreg膩n.See fore-, go1

OTHER WORDS FROM forego

fore路go路er, noun

Other definitions for forego (2 of 2)

forego2
[ fawr-goh, fohr- ]
/ f蓴r藞go蕣, fo蕣r- /

verb (used with object), fore路went, fore路gone, fore路go路ing.

OTHER WORDS FROM forego

fore路go路er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for forego (1 of 2)

forego1
/ (f蓴藧藞伞蓹蕣) /

verb -goes, -going, -went or -gone
to precede in time, place, etc

Derived forms of forego

foregoer, noun

Word Origin for forego

Old English foreg膩n

British Dictionary definitions for forego (2 of 2)

forego2
/ (f蓴藧藞伞蓹蕣) /

verb -goes, -going, -went or -gone
(tr) a variant spelling of forgo

Derived forms of forego

foregoer, noun
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