verb (used with object), pre·de·ter·mined, pre·de·ter·min·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM predeterminepre·de·ter·mi·na·tion, nounpre·de·ter·mi·na·tive [pree-di-tur-muh-ney-tiv, -nuh-tiv], /ˌpri dɪˈtɜr məˌneɪ tɪv, -nə tɪv/, adjective
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My one gripe was that I had to click around to predetermined points on the ground.VR exercise app ‘VZfit’ overwhelms the senses in all the wrong ways|Mike Hume|April 22, 2021|Washington Post
The “other” category includes items some districts submitted separate from the predetermined categories.How San Diego’s 10 Largest Districts Spent Millions in Coronavirus Aid|Ashly McGlone|April 19, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The impulse given by each must be exactly estimated in order to predetermine the joint effect.The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals|Edmund P. Evans
To conceive and desire the best is to attempt the ideal, is to predetermine the path that all succeeding generations shall tread.The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study|Jean-Marie Guyau
Yet let no young woman predetermine that hers may not be an exception to the general law.The Young Maiden|A. B. (Artemas Bowers) Muzzey
Robinson gives as its meaning, to set bounds before, to predetermine, spoken of the eternal decrees and counsels of God.The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election|Robert Wallace
They then have a will and a way of their own; a free-will which their creator cannot predetermine and correct.The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Vol. 1., Illustrated|Sir Walter Scott