Definition of 'prepared'
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We are well prepared and have a good chance of winning it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are well prepared and have a good chance of winning it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The gist was that he was no longer prepared to take it all lying down. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But voters are no longer prepared to take this on trust. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Nor are navies much better prepared to fight a long war than are the other services. Warfare in the Twentieth Century (1988)In western Baghdad, they are ready and prepared. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No matter how the Chancellor attempts to play down the danger, the taxpayer will be taking risks that the banks are no longer prepared to take. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I have my qualities and I am ready and prepared if selected. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'prepared'
British English: prepared /prɪˈpɛəd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are prepared to do something, you are willing to do it.
I'm prepared to take your advice.
- American English: prepared
- Arabic: مُعَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: preparado
- Chinese: 准备好的
- Croatian: spreman
- Czech: připravený
- Danish: forberedt
- Dutch: bereid
- European Spanish: preparado
- Finnish: valmistautunut
- French: préparé
- German: vorbereitet
- Greek: προετοιμασμένος
- Italian: preparato
- Japanese: 用意ができた
- Korean: 준비가 되어 있는
- Norwegian: forberedt
- Polish: przygotowany
- European Portuguese: preparado
- Romanian: pregătit
- Russian: подготовленный
- Spanish: preparado
- Swedish: förberedd
- Thai: ที่เตรียมไว้
- Turkish: hazırlanmış
- Ukrainian: приготований
- Vietnamese: sẵn sàng
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