existing or happening before something else, or before a particular time: The class required no prior knowledge of Spanish.
: in advance of : before.
Prior means having happened in the past. An example of prior is a criminal conviction that happened ten years ago. adjective.
Some common synonyms of prior are antecedent, anterior, foregoing, former, preceding, and previous. While all these words mean “being before,” previous and prior imply existing or occurring earlier, but prior often adds an implication of greater importance.
Days Prior means number of calendar days before the occurrence of the event not the calendar date on scheduled occur.
It refers to the 90 days before plus the 90 days after. Hence, 90 days + 90 days = 180 days. ( B) Now, onto the second phrase: “this can be done 90 days after the event”. This means the time span from Christmas Day (December 25, 2015) up until 90 days has elapsed after that date (March 25, 2016). (
By a date means before but including that date.
If you do not want to include that date, then use before instead. So “By Feb. 2” means before Feb 3. 1a(1) : earlier than : prior to : before Precambrian prehistoric.
The job requires prior experience in advertising. The defendant had a prior record of convictions. I’m sorry, but we have a prior commitment and can’t come tonight. We have a prior claim to the estate.
2 weeks prior to something is an exact point in time that is 2 weeks beforehand.
Prior Week means for any week, the immediately preceding calendar week (Saturday through Friday) ending on the Friday of such week.
Prior Year means a year, preceding the current Plan Year, in which the Participant was in the service of the Employer.
Near Antonyms for prior to. next, next to, since.
Prior school year means the school year immediately preceding the coming school year.
Prior Payments means a payment of interest component of Loan Repayments made on or prior to the date of any Determination of Taxability.