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First attested in 1710, from Latin, literally from the former, from priori.

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a priori

  1. (law, Latinate) Known ahead of time.
  2. (logic) Based on hypothesis rather than experiment.
    In his opening argument, the student mentioned nothing beyond his a priori knowledge.
  3. Self-evident, intuitively obvious

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a priori

  1. (logic) Derived by logic.

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a priori inv.

  1. a priori

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a priori

  1. a priori

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