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presupposition

[ pree-suhp-uh-zish-uhn ]
/ 藢pri s蕦p 蓹藞z瑟蕛 蓹n /
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noun
something that is assumed in advance or taken for granted:The conflict could have been avoided if the speakers had openly acknowledged the presuppositions that each of them brought to the discussion.
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