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fore-ordained (adj.)
also foreordained, early 15c., for-ordenede, past pariticiple of for-ordeinen "to arrange or plan beforehand" (see fore-ordain).
1. God has foreordained that he die young.
上帝预定他早死.

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2. In the light of Nixon's firm convictions, the outcome of this dispute was foreordained.
鉴于尼克松坚定的看法, 这场争论的结果是在预料之中的.

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3. It was foreordained that the company would suffer a spectacular collapse.
这个公司注定要彻底垮台.

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4. His place in history was foreordained.
他在历史上的地位是前世已经注定的.

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