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French translation of 'precipitate'

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precipitate

[prɪˈsɪpɪtət ]
adjective
(hasty) précipité(e)
[prɪˈsɪpɪteɪt ]transitive verb
[crisis, disaster] précipiter

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Example Sentences Including 'precipitate'

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For Tusk seems to know before the hippie behind the counter speaks a single word to precipitate his doom, This is it!
Joyce Carol Oates FAITHLESS: TALES OF TRANSGRESSION (2001)
He saw no reason now why the somewhat precipitate nature of his recent acts should make any difference.
Meek, M R D A WORM OF DOUBT (2001)
Reading rapidly, Traveller and I pieced together the story of the European conflict, as reported in London, since our precipitate departure.
Baxter, Stephen ANTI-ICE (2001)
He thought he had probably been unduly precipitate in his reactions and was glad they had been unwatched except by Billings.
Townsend, Eileen IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)

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'precipitate' in Other Languages

British English: precipitate VERB
If something precipitates an event or situation, usually a bad one, it causes it to happen suddenly or sooner than normal.
A slight mistake could precipitate a disaster.
British English: precipitate ADJECTIVE
A precipitate action or decision happens or is made more quickly or suddenly than most people think is sensible.
I don't think we should make precipitate decisions.

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Translation of precipitate from the Collins English to French
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