required beforehand: a prerequisite fund of knowledge.
something prerequisite: A visa is still a prerequisite for travel in many countries.
- perquisite, prerequisite
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How to use prerequisite in a sentence
Employers like to require army experience as a pre-requisite in order to weed out the Palestinian applicants.The Not-So-Bright Future of Palestine's Class of 2013 | Maysoon Zayid | June 21, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Uniformity of results from uniformity of conditions is a pre-requisite to sane thinking.Theism or Atheism | Chapman Cohen
The same attitude of receptivity to new ideas is pre-requisite to one form of discovery as to the other.
This experience which is so common, is very valuable as indicating just what is the best pre-requisite for sleep.Psychotherapy | James J. Walsh
Being an activity intended to adapt materials to this or that purpose, it requires matter as a pre-requisite.
Faith is the pre-requisite of every successful accomplishment in life.Menticulture | Horace Fletcher
British Dictionary definitions for prerequisite
required as a prior condition
something required as a prior condition
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