Definition of "preemptive"
  1. Pertaining to the act of taking an action in anticipation to prevent something from happening
How to use "preemptive" in a sentence
  1. The company decided on a preemptive strategy to avoid potential bankruptcy.
  2. After analyzing the market trends, they launched a preemptive marketing campaign to counter competitor's new product.
  3. The early detection tests serve as a preemptive measure against severe diseases.

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