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Prepared for the coming of an event
“After having an epic cram session last night, I now feel completely prepared for my exam.”
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Disposed, willing, ready (to do something)
“Are you prepared to make the necessary changes to your lifestyle?”
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Eager, prepared or willing to do or have something
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Able to be got or gotten
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Of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose
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In a watchful state
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With weapon
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Existing or designed according to a plan
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Having the relevant or required qualifications or skills
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Of or relating to operations, especially military operations
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Prepared for a specific use
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At war
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Relating to logistics
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Of food, that has been prepared by cooking
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Subject to mobilization
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Cast previously in another location
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To be eaten off the premises
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Having been made clean
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Planned out
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Exactly correct, correct in every letter
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(of a quality or result) Achieved or maintained by careful and deliberate effort
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Having reached maturity
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For immediate use by any customer
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Having knowledge of a fact or area
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Finished or having been brought to an end
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Invented or fictitious
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Making or indicative of timely preparation for the future
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Having or showing an excited feeling that something is about to happen, especially something good
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Able to be predicted
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En route, on the road to
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Carried out using a planned, ordered procedure
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Acceptable
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Very quickly and easily prepared
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(allowed for) To have accommodated or made provisions for
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To have acted in preparation for something
“We are going to have an extra session to prepare for the match against our biggest rivals.”
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To have furnished with, or caused to be present
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To have created by training or teaching
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“It is a school's job to prepare students for life beyond studies.”
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(of something written or abstract) To have composed or drawn up
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“You first task will be to prepare a document outlining the business requirements for this project.”
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To have prepared food for eating
Prepare the marinade by mixing the spices together with some olive oil.”
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In a state of preparation or waiting
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Past tense for to make or get ready
“Let's prepare for our next marathon by getting ourselves fit.”
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Past tense for to do preparation for
“Over the next few days, I would cut myself off from all contact with the outside world to better prepare for my exams.”
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Past tense for to ready oneself for a challenging experience
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“Times were harsh, and I began to prepare myself for the worst.”
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Past tense for to prepare something in advance
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Past tense for to make experienced
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Past tense for to provide information to
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Past tense for to gather together and prepare for action
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Past tense for to perform or exhibit in public
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Past tense for prepare, beautify
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Past tense for embalm
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Past tense for to give an account of
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Past tense for to adapt to a new climate or environment
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Past tense for influence to believe something
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Past tense for to provide the means to do something
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Past tense for to slaughter (animals) and prepare (meat) for market
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Past tense for prepare food, usually using heat
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Past tense for to acquire new information or skill
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Found out
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Rubbed down
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Past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
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Past tense for to break up (soil) in preparation for sowing or planting
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Past tense for to do repeatedly so as to become proficient
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Past tense for to prepare oneself
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Past tense for to warn in advance
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Past tense for to spend time improving one's appearance, often in front of a mirror
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Past tense for to make accustomed
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Past tense for to slice, bone or make into fillets
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Past tense for to provide with something required
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Past tense for to fix, correct, revise or improve (a text or document)
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Past tense for spread
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Past tense for inform someone in advance of a possible danger, problem, or other unpleasant situation
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Past tense for preserve, immortalize
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Past tense for to give strength to on a physiological level
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Past tense for search in a clumsy and unmethodical manner
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Past tense for to remove the innards of
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