• Definition for "forego"
    • To precede, such as time or spot.
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forego definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To precede, such as time or spot.
    • To precede, as in time or destination.
    • to stop; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To relinquish the pleasure or benefit of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- said of anything already enjoyed, or of one within reach, or anticipated.
    • to give up; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or advantageous asset of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- said of something currently enjoyed, or of one at your fingertips, or expected.
    • going before; to precede; -- used especially in the present and past participles.
    • going before; to precede; -- utilized especially in the present and previous participles.
    • To precede, such as time or spot.
    • to give up; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or benefit of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- stated of anything currently enjoyed, or of just one within reach, or expected.
    • To go prior to; to precede; -- used especially in today's and previous participles.
    • To precede, like in time or spot.
    • to give up; to relinquish; to leave.
    • To relinquish the enjoyment or advantage of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- said of something already liked, or of just one within reach, or predicted.
    • To go before; to precede; -- utilized especially in today's and past participles.
    • To precede, such as time or place.
    • To precede, as in time or location.
    • to stop; to relinquish; to leave.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or advantage of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- said of a thing currently enjoyed, or of 1 within reach, or expected.
    • To go before; to precede; -- used especially in the present and past participles.
    • to give up; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or benefit of; to quit; to resign; to renounce; -- said of anything currently liked, or of just one at your fingertips, or predicted.
    • To go before; to precede; -- used especially in the present and previous participles.
    • To precede, like in time or location.
    • To precede, as with time or spot.
    • to give up; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To quit; to relinquish; to leave.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or benefit of; to quit; to resign; to renounce; -- stated of something currently liked, or of just one attainable, or anticipated.
    • To relinquish the satisfaction or advantageous asset of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; -- stated of a thing already liked, or of 1 attainable, or anticipated.
    • To go prior to; to precede; -- utilized especially in today's and previous participles.
    • To go before; to precede; -- utilized particularly in the present and past participles.
    • To precede, like in time or place.
    • To quit; to relinquish; to go out of.
    • To relinquish the pleasure or advantage of; to quit; to resign; to renounce; -- stated of a thing already liked, or of one attainable, or expected.
    • going prior to; to precede; -- utilized especially in the present and previous participles.
  • verb:
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, going before.
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, to go prior to.
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or cease to put on or stick to
    • shed (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • be previous eventually; return more
    • do without or stop to hold or stick to
    • lose (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • be earlier in the day eventually; return back further
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, to go before.
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or stop to put up or adhere to
    • shed (s.th.) or drop the ability to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • be previous in time; return more
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, to go prior to.
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or stop to hold or follow
    • drop (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or criminal activity
    • become earlier on in time; go back more
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, to go before.
    • alternate spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, to go prior to.
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or stop to put up or abide by
    • drop (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • be earlier eventually; return further
    • Variant of forgo.
    • Variant of forgo.
    • do without or stop to keep or adhere to
    • To precede, going before.
    • lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or criminal activity
    • To precede, going prior to.
    • alternate spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • be earlier eventually; go-back further
    • Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or cease to hold or adhere to
    • do without or cease to put up or stick to
    • lose (s.th.) or drop the ability to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime
    • shed (s.th.) or lose the ability to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime
    • be earlier in the day eventually; return more
    • be previous in time; go back further
    • Variant of forgo.
    • To precede, going before.
    • alternate spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish
    • do without or stop to carry or abide by
    • lose (s.th.) or drop the right to (s.th.) by some mistake, offense, or crime
    • be earlier eventually; return further
  • others:
    • going prior to; precede.
    • To go forward; continue.
    • identify forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • To go forward; carry on.
    • See forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • going ahead; continue.
    • identify forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • To go ahead; carry on.
    • See forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • going forward; go on.
    • identify forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • To go ahead; carry on.
    • See forgo.
    • going before; precede.
    • going before; precede.
    • To go forward; continue.
    • going ahead; go on.
    • See forgo.
    • See forgo.
    • going prior to; precede.
    • To go forward; carry on.
    • See forgo.
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