anticiper (s.xiii3/4)

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anticiper (s.xiii3/4)

[ FEW: 24,654a anticipare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,131b anticiper; TL: ; DEAF:  anticiper; DMF:  anticiper; TLF:  anticiper; OED:  anticipate v.; MED: ; DMLBS: 94c anticipare ]


1to anticipate, act in advance of the proper time
( 1338 )  Ceo ne covient ja, q’il prent de vostre conscience demene, et si vous eiez anticipé vostre temps, ad il mester de conustre le fait?  11-12 Ed III 431
( 1340 )  Et tout eit Court anticipé temps sur lui, il ne poet de ceo aver avantage  14 Ed III 251 catch up with
( s.xiii3/4; MS: c.1275 )  E ense [sic] persequirent Abraham nostre pere, quant il fu pelerins, […] e ensi feseyent en lur poer a tuz lé pelerins. E le ire Nostre Seygnur les anticipa a la parfin (Latin: Venit autem ira Domini super eos in finem)  618
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