Translation of predecease in Spanish:


fallecer antes que, v.

Pronunciation /ˌpridəˈsis//ˌpriːdɪˈsiːs/

transitive verb


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    fallecer antes que
    • Dad was predeceased by his beloved wife Tena, six brothers and four sisters.
    • In 1376 he predeceased his father, leaving his young son Richard as heir to the throne.
    • They had a family of five daughters and one son John, the latter who sadly predeceased his father.
    • Few people apart from experts in the field have any inkling that Nietzsche predeceased his sister by some 35 years.
    • The two men ended up in a bitter dispute, and Henry the Young King predeceased his father.