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English Vocabulary - Vocabulario de inglés
Precede means "to happen before something".
Proceed means "to continue to do something". When it's followed by an adverb or preposition, it means "to move in that direction".
Precede significa "ocurrir antes de algo".
Proceed significa "continuar haciendo algo". Cuando está seguido de un adverbio o preposición, significa "moverse en esa dirección".
  • precede
    Dinner will be preceded by a speech from the manager.
    Four bodyguards always precede the president.
    A strong wind preceded the rain.

  • procede
    The president decided to proceed with his financial plan.
    Before you proceed, we need to define our conditions.
    Passengers going to New York should proceed to gate 12.

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