Prevenient Preventable

Prevent

Meanings and phrases

prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. keep from happening or arising; make impossible; forestall; foreclose; preclude; forbid
  2. stop (someone or something) from doing something or being in a certain state; keep

order to prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The process is done in this order to prevent statelessness.
  • He razed his castle in order to prevent in falling into enemy hands.
  • In addition, they spread information in order to prevent further assaults.

not prevent

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E.g.
  • This did not prevent him from becoming successful in politics.
  • But this did not prevent in 1895 admittance to the Privy Council.
  • However, that did not prevent Manjula from discrimination at school.

prevent further

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E.g.
  • This is done to prevent further corrosion and damage.
  • Efforts should be taken to prevent further self-injury.
  • Precautions were put in place to prevent further incidents.

help prevent

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E.g.
  • Probiotics may help prevent re-occurrence.
  • Steri-Strips help prevent maceration.
  • Pairs have a fin towards the rear, to help prevent roll and yaw.

did not prevent

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E.g.
  • This did not prevent him from becoming successful in politics.
  • But this did not prevent in 1895 admittance to the Privy Council.
  • However, that did not prevent Manjula from discrimination at school.

used to prevent

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E.g.
  • Tamoxifen is used to prevent and treat gynecomastia.
  • Various methods are used to prevent chafing.
  • Can sometimes be used to prevent annular fluid migration.

unable to prevent

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E.g.
  • However, he was unable to prevent the team from succumbing to a 4–3 defeat.
  • His replacement, Graham Taylor, was unable to prevent the side from being relegated.
  • Captain America is plagued by guilt for having been unable to prevent Bucky's death.

attempt to prevent

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E.g.
  • The film follows the titular characters as they attempt to prevent Mr.
  • Knutson in the 1940s, was being used in attempt to prevent and arrest occlusal caries.
  • It was HKEAA's attempt to prevent candidates from memorising the suggested reading materials.

designed to prevent

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E.g.
  • Dry suits are designed to prevent water from entering.
  • Article 102 under competition law is designed to prevent market abuse.
  • Disk encryption and Trusted Platform Module are designed to prevent these attacks.

tried to prevent

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E.g.
  • Beier tried to prevent it.
  • Colonists tried to prevent the spread of smallpox by isolation and inoculation.
  • In recent years the Académie has tried to prevent the Anglicisation of the French language.

enough to prevent

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E.g.
  • This turns the kiln very slowly, but enough to prevent damage.
  • "Santa Fe" was damaged badly enough to prevent her from diving.
  • However, it was not enough to prevent the loss of Vicki Bourne's Senate seat in NSW.

prevent the spread

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E.g.
  • Stricter ballast water regulations and awareness would prevent the spread.
  • In this role he was notable for his efforts to prevent the spread of rabies.
  • Colonists tried to prevent the spread of smallpox by isolation and inoculation.

prevent such

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E.g.
  • A number of techniques have been developed to prevent such problems.
  • Since 1990 Ratanak has been working in Cambodia to help prevent such needless deaths.
  • The second charge accused him of deliberately failing to prevent such killings and maltreatment.

prevent future

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E.g.
  • The State, Schopenhauer claimed, punishes criminals to prevent future crimes.
  • In 1960, the Seine River diversion project was completed to prevent future floods.
  • Regardless of the method used, only constant monitoring can prevent future contamination.

intended to prevent

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E.g.
  • The Fort was intended to prevent further conflict in this region.
  • This was intended to prevent the IRA from moving easily between the two areas.
  • Channelization is intended to prevent flooding during normal precipitation events.

effort to prevent

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E.g.
  • The move is an effort to prevent, detect and respond to prison rape more effectively.
  • He then led them against the Germanic tribes, perhaps in an effort to prevent future mutiny.
  • Lime was used on the floors and walls in an effort to prevent insects from entering the living space.

able to prevent

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E.g.
  • Shadow is able to prevent the Worms from molting, enabling TheBee to kill them.
  • However, they arranged to fight, but the King was able to prevent their combat.
  • The crew attempted to scuttle the ship but a boarding party from the "Hereward" was able to prevent this.

way to prevent

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E.g.
  • The only way to prevent The Master's escape is for Buffy to kill the Vessel.
  • The three vow to find a way to prevent the future destruction of their world.
  • As the cause of ROHHAD is unknown, there is no way to prevent onset of the disease.

trying to prevent

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E.g.
  • The film revolves around three sisters trying to prevent their father from remarrying.
  • The novel concerns a group of FBI agents trying to prevent a massive bioterrorist attack.
  • A security guard named Rolf (Wiesnekker) spends his days trying to prevent shoplifting at a department store.

try to prevent

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E.g.
  • Clarence 13X also instructed his followers to try to prevent violence and looting.
  • During this time period, males try to prevent rivals from interacting with their mate.
  • In some cases this may be in order to try to prevent the protest from taking place at all.

prevent damage

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E.g.
  • This turns the kiln very slowly, but enough to prevent damage.
  • Jewelry has to be removed before cremation in order to prevent damage to the crematory.
  • These rules are meant to prevent damage to buildings from the shock wave a sonic boom produces.

does not prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • However, her situation does not prevent her from dreaming of a better life.
  • But this estoppel, for manifest reasons, does not prevent him from denying infringement.
  • Burning does not prevent resprouting of plants and kills only surface seeds, not buried ones.

necessary to prevent

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E.g.
  • Deployment of Jeugdwerk remains necessary to prevent the formation of new groups.
  • Grooming is necessary to prevent the fiber from matting and felting on the rabbit.
  • Israel claims the blockade is necessary to prevent the smuggling of weapons into Gaza.

failed to prevent

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E.g.
  • The sanctions also failed to prevent the Taliban for conducting terrorist acts.
  • The rebellion of the people took some lives, but failed to prevent enforcement of the law.
  • By April 10, it was clear the non-battle pole strategy had failed to prevent the genocide.

efforts to prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In this role he was notable for his efforts to prevent the spread of rabies.
  • Archbishop Exner was closely involved with the efforts to prevent the closure of those schools.
  • In 1859 he returned to Oswego, where he was active in efforts to prevent the onset of the American Civil War.

measures to prevent

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E.g.
  • Many sites have taken measures to prevent vigilantism.
  • With regard to European Union direct taxes, Member States have taken measures to prevent tax avoidance and double taxation.
  • more security and emergency measures to prevent further attacks and "mitigate adverse effects" should have been implemented on 22 July.

prevent people

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E.g.
  • We had to stop the appearance at this point to prevent people getting crushed."
  • Rolls of barbed wire were installed to prevent people from crawling onto the tracks.
  • After the fire broke out, exits were locked to prevent people from stealing merchandise.

attempted to prevent

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E.g.
  • During the early 1980s, Bugelli attempted to prevent body-rub parlours from opening in the city.
  • These members attempted to prevent the LRC from granting the mine a land use permit but were unsuccessful.
  • Protesters demonstrated outside a university senate meeting and attempted to prevent senators from entering.

sought to prevent

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E.g.
  • The U.S. sought to prevent off-loading of the arms to Huerta.
  • Some governments have sought to prevent certain ethnic or social groups from reproduction.
  • Souter was a prominent leader of the Keep the Clause campaign, which sought to prevent its abolition.

helps prevent

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E.g.
  • It also helps prevent the curb chain from unfastening or otherwise moving too much.
  • Eating fruits and vegetables also helps prevent bone loss and the developing of kidney stones.
  • Checking for buffer overflows and patching the bugs that cause them naturally helps prevent buffer overflows.

prevent another

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E.g.
  • They left a force of a dozen soldiers in the village to prevent another Allied attack.
  • The relief army had to act quickly to save the city and so prevent another long siege.
  • Recently STAKUS Tachov made arrangements that should prevent another damaging of gravestones.

time to prevent

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E.g.
  • Philip arrives just in time to prevent her from making a mistake.
  • Two battalions of reinforcements arrived in time to prevent a rout.
  • The Union Army arrived in time to prevent the Confederate seizure of the city.

prevent flooding

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Pumping Stations were installed to prevent flooding.
  • The lower reaches of the river have embankments to prevent flooding.
  • The structure is located above the mean waterline to prevent flooding.

attempts to prevent

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E.g.
  • C.F Bödecker, a dentist and researcher, also made attempts to prevent occlusal caries.
  • One of the first attempts to prevent occlusal caries occurred as early as 1905 by Willoughby D. Miller.
  • She also attempts to prevent Tati from seeing Sorrow, her sweetheart, who Jena believes to be one of the Night People.

prevent water

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E.g.
  • Dry suits are designed to prevent water from entering.
  • The cement concrete was originally laid in the 1920s to prevent water seepage, and led to a blockage in water passages.
  • It was important that such dislocations (barriers) was left unpierced to prevent water flowing between the adjacent coal fields.

taken to prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Efforts should be taken to prevent further self-injury.
  • Actions have been taken to prevent the issue.
  • Care must be taken to prevent two songs from starting at the same time.

prevent confusion

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E.g.
  • However, to prevent confusion, the two conventions are never mixed.
  • To prevent confusion, the letter "E" is not used to identify any region or province.
  • This distinction will prevent confusion with the spiny elm caterpillar and other caterpillars.

prevent other

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This was important, since the white owners were using this as a device to prevent other races from entering the land-owning middle class.
  • To prevent other creditors making the estate worthless, Girdlestone bought it at its valuation cost, and became the tenant of Tan-yr-Allt.
  • When Masterson shot and killed a cavalry Corporal Melvin King in a dispute over a woman, Thompson stepped in to prevent other soldiers from attacking Masterson.

tries to prevent

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E.g.
  • Mrs. Ballard arrives at the ranch, Mrs. Borg tries to prevent her from seeing her ailing ex-husband.
  • However his manager tries to prevent a relationship developing for fears of its impact on his career.
  • The person holding the wafer tries to prevent a large piece being taken for this will "break his luck".

action to prevent

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E.g.
  • They urged immediate military action to prevent its spread.
  • In a meeting with Commissioner Giamatti, Rose, having failed in a legal action to prevent it, accepted his punishment.
  • They quickly took action to prevent further development of the revolution and the Kiel sailors were obliged to return to Frankfurt.

attempting to prevent

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • With everyone around her angrily attempting to prevent her from selling the family business, she becomes desperate to escape.
  • On the homeward leg, prior to reaching St Helena, Younghusband had 11 seamen punished for attempting to prevent the flogging of one of their number.
  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates this practice by attempting to prevent the introduction of any part of a cow's brain or spinal cord into livestock feed.

water to prevent

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E.g.
  • In June 2017, he instituted a programme of spraying church steps with water to prevent tourists from using such areas as picnic spots.
  • The target is kept under a chemically neutral nitrogen atmosphere, and is cooled with water to prevent premature astatine vaporization.
  • Anchor An anchor is a device, normally made of metal, used to connect a vessel to the bed of a body of water to prevent the craft from drifting due to wind or current.

wanted to prevent

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E.g.
  • Democrats wanted to prevent their alliance.
  • Tutu and Allan Boesak had been planning a protest march in Cape Town, which the security chiefs wanted to prevent.
  • The Court wanted to prevent "confusion" within parent-child relations, as well as "abrupt changes" in Japanese society.

needed to prevent

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E.g.
  • A $33,000 bank payment was needed to prevent his house foreclosed upon.
  • Widdecombe told the Commons the restrictions were needed to prevent prisoners from escaping.
  • The steam was needed to prevent the cylinders icing up, because compressed air cools when it expands.

steps to prevent

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E.g.
  • Casinos take steps to prevent this.
  • Israel commits itself to taking steps to prevent a recurrence of similar incidents in the future."
  • They also warned that they would take steps to prevent Corbet from embarking the ship should he attempt to come aboard.

prevent infection

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Their use in surgical procedures is to help prevent infection of incisions.
  • Moldy bread, honey and copper salts were also used to prevent infection from dirt in burns.
  • Antibiotics are also used to prevent infection in cases of neutropenia particularly cancer-related.
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