- adv.事先; 以前; 仓促; “previous”的派生;
- 比较级: more previously;
- 最高级: most previously;
- 形容词: previous;
The device had been used operationally some months previously.
He may suddenly take a dislike to foods that he's previously enjoyed.
He had first entered the House 12 years previously.
The changed outlook entails higher economic growth than was previously assumed.
The two fighters had previously boxed a 12-round match.
Reviews are distilled from articles previously published in the main column.
Radiation may damage cells in a way that was previously unforeseen.
Spassky had never previously lost to his antagonist.
deviation from the previously accepted norms
a previously undiscovered talent
a species of insect previously unknown to science
Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.
The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.
The previously unidentified objects have now been definitely ascertained as being satellites.
Previously our mountain area [ region ] is poor and impoverised.
先前咱们 山区 很穷.
He stood out in three ways－as a technologist, as a corporate （公司的）leader and as somebody who was able to make people love what had previously been impersonal, functional gadgets.
Some law firms now use artificial intelligence software to scan and read mountains of legal documents, work that previously was performed by highly-paid human lawyers.
The barefoot kid who just a few years previously had been living in poverty, surrounded by criminals and violence, had written a new chapter in the history of sports.
2016年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. at an earlier time or formerly;
"she had previously lived in Chicago"
"he was previously president of a bank"
"better than anything previously proposed"
"a previously unquestioned attitude"