Difference between Precede and Proceed



Difference between Precede and Proceed :



Precede : verb

To precede is to come or go before

Example Sentences :

1. A storm is often preceded by sultry weather.
2. He had already been here on the preceding day.
3. You were preceded by an IPS Officer from Bihar.


Proceed : verb

To proceed is to go on

Example Sentences :

1. Let us proceed with the work.
2. Now, you can proceed with your plan.
3. Please proceed further.



Difference between Precede and Proceed :



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