Prior-knowledge Definition

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The knowledge that stems from previous experience.
I had no prior knowledge of linguistics, but that didn't stop me writing a dictionary.
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(law) Knowledge of a set of circumstances sufficient to make actions based on those circumstances wrongful.
The defendant was convicted because the prosecutor proved the defendant's prior knowledge of the victim's particular vulnerability.
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