prepositive[prē päz′ə tiv]
prepositive definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Late Latin praepositivus ; from Classical Latin praeponere: see preposition
- prepositively adverb
prepositive definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Late Latin praepositīvus, from Latin praepositus, past participle of praepōnere, to put in front; see preposition1.
- pre·posˈi·tive·ly adverb