prae·ve·ni·o[1]

  1. anticipate
  2. hinder
  3. prevent
  4. to come before
  5. to forestall
  6. to get the start of

Synonyms for praevenio

  • comprimohinder, keep to oneself, to hold back
  • impedioensnare, entangle, hinder, hold fast, obstruct, prevent, surround, to entangle
  • impedoensnare, hinder, obstruct, prevent, to entangle
  • praecipioanticipate, to instruct, warn
  • praeferoanticipate, carry by, display, prefer, ride by, to carry in front
  • precipioanticipate, instruct, to anticipate, to instruct, warn
  • preferoanticipate, carry by, display, prefer, ride by, to carry in front
  • preoccupofrustrate, occupy, prevent, take, to attack first, to block, vex
  • prohibeoforbid, hinder, prohibit, restrain, to hold back, to prevent, withhold

Similar to praevenio

  • praefinioto appoint ahead of time
  • praemunioto secure
  • venioarise, come about, come to pass, happen, to come, to fall into, to get into a certain state
  • praebeoallow, hold out, provide, supply, to offer
  • praeeoprecede, to go before, to lead the way, to order, to say in ce
  • praecaveoto take precautions
  • praecepioprecept, preconception
  • praecipioanticipate, to instruct, warn
  • praedatiotaking of booty
  • praeficioto put in charge of