Definition of Prefund

1. to fund beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prefund

prefreezing
prefreshman
prefrontal
prefrontal cortex
prefrontal leucotomy
prefrontal leukotomy
prefrontal lobe
prefrontal lobotomy
prefrontals
prefrosh
prefroze
prefrozen
prefs
prefulgency
prefund (current term)
prefunded
prefunding
prefunds
pregabalin
pregage
pregaged
pregages
pregaging
pregalactic
pregame
pregames
preganglionic
pregap
pregaps

Literary usage of Prefund

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Rare: State of the Union (1992)
"The whole concept, beyond the common points which have been discussed here, is that in order to address this issue we must begin to prefund the liability of ..."

2. Policy Issues in Insurance: Insurance Regulation Liberalisation and by Jörg Vollbrecht (2001)
"Moreover, as stated above, the funds in Canada have recently incorporated a prefund mechanism in their essentially post-funding arrangement. ..."

3. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress) (1807)
"... a larger proportion of the uniting fund than inch »sw ill always leave an amount equal to the in- terelt payable on fuel) part of the prefund, ..."

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