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prae-destĭno , āvi, ātum, 1, v. a.,
I.to determine beforehand, to predestine (not ante-Aug.): “triumphos,Liv. 45, 40 fin.: “qui praedestinavit nos in adoptionem filiorum,Vulg. Eph. 1, 5: “nuptiarum gaudia sibi, Auct. Paneg. ad Max. et Constant. 7: alicui trinam indolem,Prud. Cath. 12, 67; Augustin. Don. Persev. 21.—
II. To provide beforehand: “cavea modico praedestinata pretio,App. M. 4, 15.
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