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Difference between 'Precede' and 'Proceed'


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Precede
Precede means 'to go before'.

Proceed
Proceed means to 'go on'.


Sample Usage

Precede
1. He was preceded by his brother.
2. She preceded him into the room.

Proceed
1. Proceed,and you will soon find the house you want.
2. They proceeded with their work.


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