previous


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.

previous

adjective above-cited, above-mentioned, above-named, aforementioned, aforesaid, already indiiated, antecedent, anterior, earlier, early, erstwhile, first, fore, foregoing, foregone, forementioned, forerunning, initial, initiatory, introductory, one-time, past, precedent, preceding, precursive, precursory, preexistent, prefatorial, prefatory, preliminary, prelusive, prelusory, preparatory, prevenient, previously mentioned, prior
Associated concepts: previous conviction, previous disabillty, previous injury, previous order, previously considered, previously determined, prior conduct, prior conviction, prior injury
See also: aforesaid, antecedent, before mentioned, defunct, former, last, late, preceding, precursory, preexisting, preliminary, prior, said
References in periodicals archive ?
6% in the previous month and the monthly net flow was positive at EU1,760 million, compared with a positive net flow of EU3,718 million in October 2017.
Calendar year,###over previous year/###Active job openings-###over previous year/###Yen/$ rate
In September 2016, the monthly net flow of credit to corporations was positive at 25 million, compared with a negative net flow of 602 million in the previous month and the annual growth rate of credit stood at -0.
A RAPIST avoided jail, despite a previous conviction for the same offence.
Some 36,028 were not jailed despite 15 or more previous offences and just under 16,232 avoided prison despite 25 or more previous offences, the data obtained under freedom of information laws revealed.
Pre-tax profits for the year to June 30 were up 37 per cent on the previous year to PS12.
69 billion for the same period of the previous year, an increase of 9 percent.
Meanwhile, 49%, told us that they spent the same or less on outsourcing in the previous year, the same as in our 2012 survey.
Saudi Re's net income for the fourth quarter before Zakat and tax is SAR 3,395,051, compared to net income of SAR 15,118,333 for the previous quarter, a decrease of 78 per cent.
67% (n = 46) were recorded with previous 3 caesarean section.
Previous European record Mohammed Mourhit, Belgium, 26:52.
2% during the first quarter of 2010, compared with the previous quarter, according to estimates published by Eurostat, on 7 July.