propaedeutic

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˌproʊpiːˈdjuːtɪk/

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek προπαιδεύω (propaideuō, to give preparatory instruction), from πρό (pro, before) + παιδεύω (paideuō, to teach).

Adjective[edit]

propaedeutic (comparative more propaedeutic, superlative most propaedeutic)

  1. Providing preparatory or introductory teaching.

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Noun[edit]

propaedeutic (plural propaedeutics)

  1. Such a course of instruction.

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