preempt

Preempt vs Preemptible - What's the difference?

preempt | preemptible |


As a verb preempt

is (nonstandard).

As an adjective preemptible is

capable of being preempted.

Peremptory vs Preempt - What's the difference?

peremptory | preempt |


As an adjective peremptory

is (legal) precluding debate or expostulation; not admitting of question or appeal; positive; absolute; decisive; conclusive; final.

As a verb preempt is

to appropriate something (before someone else does).

Preempt vs Replace - What's the difference?

preempt | replace |


As verbs the difference between preempt and replace

is that preempt is to appropriate something (before someone else does) while replace is to restore to a former place, position, condition, or the like.

Preempt vs Forestall - What's the difference?

preempt | forestall |


As verbs the difference between preempt and forestall

is that preempt is to appropriate something (before someone else does) while forestall is to prevent, delay or hinder something by taking precautionary or anticipatory measures; to avert.

As a noun forestall is

(obsolete|or|historical) an ambush; plot; an interception; waylaying; rescue.

Preempt vs Gazump - What's the difference?

preempt | gazump |


As verbs the difference between preempt and gazump

is that preempt is to appropriate something (before someone else does) while gazump is (british) to swindle; to extort.

As a noun gazump is

(us|slang|dated) an automobile.

Preemptory vs Preempt - What's the difference?

preemptory | preempt | Derived terms |

Preemptory is a derived term of preempt.


As a adjective preemptory

is pertaining to preemption.

As a verb preempt is

to appropriate something (before someone else does).

Preemptor vs Preempt - What's the difference?

preemptor | preempt | Derived terms |

Preemptor is a derived term of preempt.


As a noun preemptor

is one who preempts; especially, one who appropriates public land.

As a verb preempt is

to appropriate something (before someone else does).

Preemptive vs Preempt - What's the difference?

preemptive | preempt | Derived terms |

Preemptive is a derived term of preempt.


As a adjective preemptive

is of or relating to preemption.

As a verb preempt is

to appropriate something (before someone else does).

Bridge vs Preempt - What's the difference?

bridge | preempt |


As verbs the difference between bridge and preempt

is that bridge is to be or make a bridge over something while preempt is to appropriate something (before someone else does).

As a noun bridge

is a construction or natural feature that spans a divide or bridge can be (card games) a card game played with four players playing as two teams of two players each.

Precedence vs Preempt - What's the difference?

precedence | preempt |


As a noun precedence

is the state of preceding in importance or priority.

As a verb preempt is

to appropriate something (before someone else does).

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