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British pronunciation/pɹɪfˈɪɡɐ/
American pronunciation/pɹɪfˈɪɡjɚ/
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to perceive something as a sign that indicates the occurrence of something good or evil

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imagine or consider beforehand

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The peaceful negotiations between the two nations prefigured a period of stability.
The ancient symbol on the artifact was thought to prefigure an upcoming significant event.
The positive feedback from early users seemed to prefigure the success of the new software.
The sudden appearance of black cats was believed to prefigure bad luck in the old superstitions.
The mentor's encouraging words prefigured success for the aspiring artist.
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