Definitions for predialˈpri di əl

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Wiktionary

  1. predial(Verb)

    To dial in advance.

    a predialled telephone number

Webster Dictionary

  1. Predial(adj)

    consisting of land or farms; landed; as, predial estate; that is, real estate

  2. Predial(adj)

    attached to land or farms; as, predial slaves

  3. Predial(adj)

    issuing or derived from land; as, predial tithes

  4. Origin: [L. praedium a farm, estate: cf. F. prdial.]

Anagrams of predial »

  1. lip-read, lipread

  2. Lip-read

  3. Lipread

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