\pɹɪklˈuːd], \pɹɪklˈuːd], \p_ɹ_ɪ_k_l_ˈuː_d]\
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To shut out by anticipative action; to prevent or hinder by necessary consequence or implication; to deter action of, access to, employment of, etc.; to render ineffectual; to obviate by anticipation.
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