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precede (pri SEED) (verb)
1. To go before, to be in front of: The marching band will precede the marshal's car in the parade.
2. To exceed in rank or degree of importance from someone else: The position of cabinet minister will precede that of deputy cabinet minister in the hierarchy of the government.
3. To occur earlier than something else: The rally in the stadium will precede the actual start of the game.
proceed (proh SEED, pruh SEED) (verb)
1. To issue or to come forth from a source in a regulated manner: The student march will proceed from the library to the administration buildings.
2. To continue after interruption: After extensive applause, the speaker was able to proceed with his lecture and illustrated talk.
3. To move along in a designated course; to go ahead, to advance, or to go forward: The parade will proceed along the streets which will be decorated with colorful bunting.
proceeds (PROH seedz") (noun)
The total amount of money or profit that is made via an activity: The proceeds from the Jumble Sale exceeded all expectations.

The proceeds of the concert will go to charity.

George took the proceeds from the sale of his business and invested them in stocks.

Before we proceed, Paul thinks they need to decide what to do with the proceeds of the land sale; so, he wants to know if they can precede the final decision with an estimate of the final amount that will be coming.

proceed (verb), proceeds; proceeded; proceeding
1. To move ahead; to travel onward in time or space.
2. To go on or forward; especially, after a stop or interruption.
3. To begin and to carry on an action or process.
4. To bring legal action against someone.
5. Etymology: from Old French proceder, from Latin procedere "to go forward, to advance; from pro-, "forward" + cedere, "to go, to leave".
This entry is located in the following units: -cede, -ceed, -cess, -cease (page 5) pro-, por-, pur- (page 4)
1. The useful or material results of an action or course; also, that which comes from such action.
2. The amount derived from the disposal of goods, work, or the use of financial investments.
3. Money derived from a sale or other commercial transaction.
This entry is located in the following units: -cede, -ceed, -cess, -cease (page 5) pro-, por-, pur- (page 4)