Another Word For PRIORITIZE

prioritise

Verb : (British spelling) Alternative form of prioritize [(transitive) To value, do, or choose something first, or before other things.]

put ahead

Verb : To treat something as more important than something else.

come first

Verb : (idiomatic) To win first place in a competition.

Verb : (idiomatic) To be the most important thing to consider.

predilect

Verb : (transitive) To elect or choose beforehand.

preference

Noun : The selection of one thing or person over others (with the main adposition being "for" in relation to the thing or person, but possibly also "of")

Noun : The option to so select, and the one selected.

Noun : The state of being preferred over others.

take place

Verb : (intransitive) To happen or to occur.

Verb : (obsolete) To take precedence or priority.

Verb : (obsolete) To take effect; to prevail.

precede

Verb : (transitive) To go before, go in front of.

Verb : (transitive) To cause to be preceded; to preface; to introduce.

Verb : (transitive) To have higher rank than (someone or something else).

prechoose

Verb : (transitive) To choose in advance.

foretake

Verb : (transitive) To take, receive, or adopt beforehand; assume.

Verb : (transitive) To take or choose before another (option); prefer.

preselect

Verb : (transitive) To select in advance.

forechoose

Verb : (transitive) To prefer; choose in preference.

Verb : (transitive) To choose ahead of time; preelect; preselect.

forefront

Noun : The leading position or edge.

come before

Verb : (transitive) To appear publicly in front of someone superior.

Verb : (transitive) to be of greater importance (than)

Verb : (transitive) to be judged, decided or discussed by authority.

put the cart before the horse

Verb : (idiomatic) To put things in the wrong order or with the wrong priorities; to put something inconsequential as more important than something more essential.

prenominate

Verb : to name or mention ahead of time

Adjective : (obsolete) aforementioned

preffer

Verb : Misspelling of prefer. [(transitive) To be in the habit of choosing something rather than something else; to favor; to like better.]

prepose

Verb : (transitive) To place or set before; to prefix.

preponder

Verb : To preponderate.

lead

Noun : (uncountable) A heavy, pliable, inelastic metal element, having a bright, bluish color, but easily tarnished; both malleable and ductile, though with little tenacity. It is easily fusible, forms alloys with other metals, and is an ingredient of solder and type metal. Atomic number 82, symbol Pb (from Latin plumbum).

Noun : (countable, nautical) A plummet or mass of lead attached to a line, used in sounding depth at sea or (dated) to estimate velocity in knots.

Noun : A thin strip of type metal, used to separate lines of type in printing.

take the front seat

Verb : (idiomatic) to take priority

predesignate

Verb : To designate in advance.

prefix

Noun : Something placed before another

Noun : (grammar, linguistic morphology) A morpheme added to the beginning of a word to modify its meaning, for example as, pre- in prefix, con- in conjure, re- in reheat, etc.

Noun : (telecommunications) A set of digits placed before a telephone number, to indicate where the number is based, what type of phone number it is (landline, mobile, toll-free, premium rate etc.)

postpone

Verb : To delay or put off an event, appointment, etc.

Verb : (obsolete) To place after in order; to deem less important.

preferr

Verb : Obsolete spelling of prefer [(transitive) To be in the habit of choosing something rather than something else; to favor; to like better.]

preclassify

Verb : (transitive) To classify in advance.

preorder

Noun : An order for goods or services placed in advance.

Noun : (set theory, order theory) A binary relation that is reflexive and transitive.

preelect

Verb : (transitive) To elect beforehand; forechoose.

forelove

Verb : (transitive) To love beforehand or in advance.

Noun : Love in advance.

preempt

Verb : (transitive) To appropriate first.

Verb : (transitive) To displace or take the place of (by having higher precedence, etc).

Verb : (transitive) To prevent or beat to the punch, to forestall an expected occurrence by acting first.

preprice

Verb : (transitive) To price in advance.

upfront

Adjective : Honest, frank and straightforward.

Adjective : open, admitted, out

Adjective : In a forward, leading or frontward position.

preplace

Verb : (transitive) To place in advance.

prefocus

Adjective : Describing a lamp whose light source is positioned to be in focus when fitted (especially in a motor car)

Verb : To focus in advance

prevent

Verb : (transitive) To stop (an outcome); to keep from (doing something).

Verb : (intransitive, now rare) To take preventative measures.

Verb : (obsolete, transitive) To come before; to precede.

prelocate

Verb : (transitive) To locate in advance.

prelimit

Verb : (transitive) To limit in advance.

predecess

Verb : (transitive) To precede; to come before.

premerit

Verb : (obsolete, transitive) To merit or deserve beforehand.

preimpose

Verb : To impose ahead of time.

foreprize

Verb : (obsolete) To assume, take for granted; to provide for beforehand; to anticipate.

prepend

Noun : The act of prepending.

preapprove

Verb : (transitive) To approve beforehand, before execution or implementation.

preorganize

Verb : (transitive) To organize in advance.

preionize

Verb : (physics) To ionize in advance of another process

prefilter

Noun : A filter used in advance.

preposition

Noun : (grammar, strict sense) Any of a class of non-inflecting words typically employed to connect a following noun or a pronoun, in an adjectival or adverbial sense, with some other word: a particle used with a noun or pronoun (in English always in the objective case) to make a phrase limiting some other word.

Noun : (grammar, broad sense) An adposition.

Noun : (obsolete) A proposition; an exposition; a discourse.

pretreat

Verb : (transitive) To give something a treatment prior to another operation.

predate

Verb : To designate a date earlier than the actual one; to move a date, appointment, event, or period of time to an earlier point (contrast "postdate".)

Verb : (transitive) To exist or to occur before something else; to antedate.

Verb : To prey upon something.

preconsider

Verb : To consider in advance.

prefine

Verb : (obsolete) To limit beforehand.

prevalidate

Verb : (transitive) To validate in advance.

preinclude

Verb : (transitive) To include beforehand.

preoptimize

Verb : (computing) To optimize in advance.

foreconsider

Verb : (transitive) To consider beforehand; think about in advance.

preset

Noun : A setting that is set in advance.

præfer

Verb : Obsolete spelling of prefer [(transitive) To be in the habit of choosing something rather than something else; to favor; to like better.]

preassign

Verb : (transitive) To assign in advance.

prefit

Verb : (transitive) To fit in advance.

preexist

Verb : To exist before something else.

preappoint

Verb : (transitive) To appoint beforehand.

preaccept

Verb : (transitive) To accept beforehand.

dominate

Verb : To govern, rule or control by superior authority or power

Verb : To exert an overwhelming guiding influence over something or someone

Verb : To enjoy a commanding position in some field

preconcentrate

Verb : (transitive) To concentrate (a substance) in advance

predetermine

Verb : (transitive) To determine or decide in advance.

Verb : (transitive) To doom by previous decree; to foredoom.

prefinance

Verb : (transitive) To finance in advance.

prepossess

Verb : Chiefly followed by by or with: to preoccupy (someone) in an emotional or mental way, so as to preclude other things.

Verb : (by extension) To cause (someone) to have a previous inclination against, for, or to something; to bias or prejudice; specifically, to induce in (someone) a favourable opinion beforehand, or at the outset.

Verb : (obsolete)

preschedule

Verb : To schedule in advance; to prearrange.

preconsume

Verb : (transitive) To consume beforehand.

premediate

Verb : To advocate.

front-load

Verb : (transitive) To assign to the initial periods; to schedule for as early as possible.

Adjective : Designed to be loaded from the front.

frontload

Verb : Alternative form of front-load [(transitive) To assign to the initial periods; to schedule for as early as possible.]

prenote

Verb : (transitive) To note or designate beforehand.

Noun : A speech that serves as a warm-up to the keynote of a conference.

foreground

Noun : The elements of an image which lie closest to the picture plane.

Noun : The subject of an image, often depicted at the bottom in a two-dimensional work.

Noun : (computing, often attributive) The application the user is currently interacting with; the application window that appears in front of all others.

preordain

Verb : (transitive) To determine the fate of something in advance.

forelike

Verb : (transitive) To like beforehand; be prepossessed in favour of; be predisposed to like.

forego

Verb : To precede, to go before.

Verb : Alternative spelling of forgo; to abandon, to relinquish [To let pass, to leave alone, to let go.]

presort

Verb : (transitive) To sort in advance.

prestandardize

Verb : (transitive) To standardize in advance.

prelist

Noun : A list prepared in advance, for example of dwellings to be visited as part of a census or a marketing campaign.

preattend

Verb : To attend ahead of time; to pay attention to or consider in advance.

pre-treat

Verb : Alternative form of pretreat. [(transitive) To give something a treatment prior to another operation.]

foreposition

Noun : Position ahead of or in front of; forward position.

Verb : (transitive) To position at the front.

preauthorize

Verb : To authorize in advance.

predefine

Verb : (transitive) To define in advance.

lie before

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) to put oneself at the whim of, to bow down to

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) (especially of something honorific) to be situated in front of

prelive

Verb : (transitive) To live in advance; to experience precognitively.

prime

Noun : (historical) The first hour of daylight; the first canonical hour.

Noun : (Christianity) The religious service appointed to this hour.

Noun : (obsolete) The early morning generally.

foresend

Verb : (transitive) To send before; send beforehand.

preallocate

Verb : To set aside before a need arises for a purpose

prepurchase

Noun : A purchase made in advance.

premise

Noun : A proposition antecedently supposed or proved; something previously stated or assumed as the basis of further argument; a condition; a supposition.

Noun : (logic) Any of the first propositions of a syllogism, from which the conclusion is deduced.

Noun : (usually in the plural, law) Matters previously stated or set forth; especially, that part in the beginning of a deed, the office of which is to express the grantor and grantee, and the land or thing granted or conveyed, and all that precedes the habendum; the thing demised or granted.

prealter

Verb : (transitive) To alter in advance.

lead the way

Verb : To go first in a journey, procession, etc., so that others can follow.

Verb : (figurative) To act as a guide or pioneer.

preclean

Noun : The act of cleaning something in advance.

bring forward

Verb : (idiomatic) To call up for consideration.

Verb : To make something happen earlier than originally planned.

prebuy

Verb : (transitive) To buy in advance.

preassess

Verb : To assess before acting.

foreorder

Verb : (transitive, rare) To order beforehand or in advance; pre-order.

Noun : (rare) An order made in advance.

predestine

Verb : (transitive) To determine the future or the fate of something in advance; to preordain.

Verb : (theology, transitive) To foreordain by divine will.

antecede

Verb : To go before; to precede.

Verb : To predate or antedate.

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