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procedure (s) (noun), procedures (pl)
1. A mode of conducting legal and parliamentary proceedings.
2. A particular course of action intended to achieve a result; an established or correct method of doing something: "We had to follow a procedure for completing our tax form."
3. A process or series of acts; especially, of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work; any means of doing or accomplishing something.
4. Etymology: "fact" or "manner of proceeding", from French proc├ędure, "manner of proceeding"; from Old French proceder, from Latin procedere, "to go forward, to advance"; from pro-, "forward" + cedere, "to go".
This entry is located in the following units: -cede, -ceed, -cess, -cease (page 5) pro-, por-, pur- (page 4)
(Greek: turning like oxen in plowing; alternate lines in opposite directions; zig-zag procedure)
Word Entries containing the term: “procedure
Liquor: the procedure used by a male animal to clean his mate.