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    welldone Guest

    antonym of "precursor"?

    Dear teachers,

    I just couldn't find it on any dictionary that I have here...

    thanks a lot!

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    Susie Smith Guest

    Re: antonym of "precursor"?

    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    Dear teachers,

    I just couldn't find it on any dictionary that I have here...

    thanks a lot!
    How about "follower"?
    :)

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    Re: antonym of "precursor"?

    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    Dear teachers,

    I just couldn't find it on any dictionary that I have here...

    thanks a lot!
    Some of the meanings of "precursor" don't really have an antonym. Susie's suggestion is a good one for for one meaning "something that somes before". Another definition, something that is turned into something else, would be difficult to make an opposite for. :wink:

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    welldone Guest
    thanks susie and Mike!!!
    I am using follower now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    thanks susie and Mike!!!
    I am using follower now.
    Great! :wink:

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