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prescribed

[ pri-skrahybd ]
/ prɪˈskraɪbd /
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dictated or indicated as a rule or course of action to be followed: To limit your definition of art to certain prescribed forms is to cut yourself off from the bulk of human existence.
Medicine/Medical. (of a medicine, treatment, etc.) recommended or ordered by a qualified practitioner: Test results for legal or prescribed drugs are returned in about two minutes.
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OTHER WORDS FROM prescribed

non·pre·scribed, adjectiveself-pre·scribed, adjectiveun·pre·scribed, adjective
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