Translation of precursor in Spanish:

precursor

precursor, n.

Pronunciation /priˈkərsər//prɪˈkəːsə/

noun

formal

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    precursor masculine
    precursora feminine
    • Bond's preoccupation with brand names made him a precursor of the consumer society.
    • This monologue dates from 1977, and it is perhaps most interesting as a precursor of the author's later and better work.
    • This is a precursor of the modern Spaghetti alla carbonara, one of the most popular pasta dishes, but of obscure origin.
    • This took place in 1922, and was a precursor of the show trials of the following decades.
    • In so doing, Coram created London's first art gallery, a precursor of the Royal Academy.
    • As the first venture develops it is the precursor of what may become a new niche in the travel industry and in holiday home real estate.
    • Hubris has most clearly set in and hubris is the precursor of the end.
    • It therefore formed a precursor of the Renaissance court.
    • In the Netherlands, shared care models have acted as a precursor of the recently introduced concept of disease management.
    • The clicking noise is normally a precursor of a lost/broken rivet and should be regarded as a warning sign.
    • The pre-meal selection of chutneys is a precursor of the sharp flavours to come.
    • What appeals to me is that it's a precursor of Pinter and a follower of Coward.
    • Companies can be guided by key lead indicators which have historically been a precursor of a change in activity levels for their business sector.
    • It was an obvious precursor of today's great intermediary, money, in such forms as bank credit.
    • On the one hand, alchemy is regarded as a precursor of the modern science of chemistry.