precurse vs foretell, foreshadow, preface, anticipate, precede : Common Errors in English

About precurse vs foretell, foreshadow, preface, anticipate, precede

Tempted to “precurse” that guy who looks like he might be going to cut into the lane ahead of you? Until recently “precurse” as a verb was a rare archaic word, but lately people have been using it to mean “be a precursor to.” Use a more ordinary and precise word like “foretell,” “foreshadow,” “preface,” “anticipate,” or “precede.”
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