- require as a precondition of possibility or coherence；tacitly assume at the beginning of a line of argument or course of action that something is the case
verb: presuppose, 3rd person present: presupposes, gerund or present participle: presupposing, past tense: presupposed, past participle: presupposed
- 1. require as a precondition of possibility or coherence their original prediction presupposed a universe only three billion years old 同義詞
- ▪ tacitly assume at the beginning of a line of argument or course of action that something is the case your argument presupposes that it does not matter who is in power 同義詞
- (of an action, process, or argument) require as a precondition of possibility or coherence: his relationships did not permit the degree of self-revelation that true intimacy presupposes
Oxford American Dictionary
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