[ pri-med-i-teyt ]
/ prɪˈmɛd ɪˌteɪt /
verb (used with object), pre·med·i·tat·ed, pre·med·i·tat·ing.
to meditate, consider, or plan beforehand: to premeditate a murder.
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Origin of premeditate
synonym study for premeditate
OTHER WORDS FROM premeditatepre·med·i·ta·tive, adjectivepre·med·i·ta·tor, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for premeditate
/ (prɪˈmɛdɪˌteɪt) /
to plan or consider (something, such as a violent crime) beforehand
Derived forms of premeditatepremeditatedly, adverbpremeditative, adjectivepremeditator, noun
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