previous
[pri:vɪəs]

adjective

[Definition]: in the past time, before

[Example Sentences]:
1. In comparison, on the closest Saturday the previous year the average rate came to $111.40.
2. In the past, Apple has dropped the price of the previous generation iPhone by $100.
3. In addition, the only previous version from which you can upgrade is Windows 7.
4. The device has 75 percent more processing power than the previous version and costs $99.99.
5. They replaced the previous system of control orders which were more restrictive in 2011.
6. A previous version of this article incorrectly said the stock is up 41%.
7. Israel has launched previous campaigns, including a major ground operation early in 2009.
8. In the previous quarter, however, the user base grew by 6.3%.
9. The previous guidance was for a range of $2.12 to $2.14.
10. Compared with the previous quarter, GDP declined 0.4%.
11. The only previous recorded TV broadcast of the shroud was in 1973.
12. Spain is now forecast to grow 3.1% this year, up from the previous prediction of 2.6%.
13. The previous transit occurred in June 2004.
14. The latest version has seen the document slim down to 36 pages from a previous 50.
15. The team is now managing 500 changes to internal systems per month, compared to the previous 100.


[Antonyms]after, concluding, following

[Synonyms]preceding
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