Translation of preexist in Spanish:

preexist

preexistir, v.

Pronunciation ///ˌpriɪɡˈzɪst/

intransitive verb

formal

  • 1

    preexistir
    • For the Platonists, the soul is the human being; the intellect is eternal, and pre-exists and survives the body.
    • They are claims for injuries because the drugs caused dependency and injury which either did not pre-exist or did not do so to the same degree.
    • For instance, I vowed in 1995 to listen to no music made after 1970-except for bands that had pre-existed and had released albums before that date.
    • Language in this poem, as elsewhere in Sexton, pre-exists and dominates the subject.
  • 2pre-existing present participle

    preexistente
    • I would have thought that in order to found the entitlement it has to pre-exist and continue to exist.
    • He came to the negotiations over the agreement with a pre-existing moral obligation to arrive at terms.
    • In the Buddhist view, egolessness is pre-existing, beyond our preconceptions.
    • What they really meant was that no model for how to film ‘The Hours’ could be said to pre-exist.
    • A quick response will also allow the adjuster to determine if the mold is pre-existing or a result of the water damage.
    • The whole point of basic law (which is where we find property rights), surely, is to defend pre-existing concepts.
    • Does the type of sport help shape the individual or do pre-existing traits influence the person's choice of sport?
    • If we read this verse carefully, it doesn't tell us that Jeremiah pre-existed with God; it simply says that even before Jeremiah was created, God (being all-knowing) already knew what Jeremiah would be like.
    • Here, B was under a pre-existing contractual duty owed to A's employer to test the truthfulness of A's statements.
    • All across the country, there are pre-existing rivalries between teams and cities that are ripe for promotional exploitation.
    • New blood capillaries are formed by sprouting from pre-existing blood vessels.
    • Cause and effect, means and ends, seed and fruit, cannot be separated, for the effect already blooms in the cause, the end pre-exists in the means, the fruit in the seed.
    • Yet there pre-exists in each character a component of deceit and corruption.
    • What pre-existing thoughts, feelings, values or perceptions paved the way for depression to take hold of you?
    • The success of the Croydon Tramlink reflects its sensible conception as a light railway system running mainly on pre-existing rail routes.
    • Recent infections were distinguished from pre-existing infections by comparison with blood samples taken before transfusion.
    • It consists in mechanisms of exclusion and inclusion, that tend to follow pre-existing sociological and economic divisions.