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pre·​scribe | \ pri-ˈskrīb \intransitive verb2 [Middle English, from Medieval Latin praescribere, from Latin, to write at the beginning] : to claim a title to something by right o

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pre·​scribe | \ pri-ˈskrīb

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intransitive verb2 [Middle English, from Medieval Latin praescribere, from Latin, to write at the beginning] : to claim a title to something by right of prescription

4 : to become by prescription invalid or unenforceable

transitive verb1a : to lay down as a guide, direction, or rule of action : ordain

b : to specify with authority

2 : to designate or order the use of as a remedy prescribed a painkiller a prescribed burn to restore natural forest conditions

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Proscribe vs. Prescribe

Proscribe and prescribe each have a Latin-derived prefix that means "before" attached to the verb "scribe" (from scribere, meaning "to write"). Yet the two words have very distinct, often nearly opposite meanings. Why? In a way, you could say it's the law. In the 15th and 16th centuries both words had legal implications. To proscribe was to publish the name of a person who had been condemned, outlawed, or banished. To prescribe meant "to lay down a rule," including legal rules or orders.

Examples of prescribe in a SentenceThis drug should not be prescribed to children. a drug commonly prescribed to treat rashes The doctor prescribed three months of physical therapy for my leg injury. The law prescribes a prison sentence of at least five years for the crime. The regulations prescribe that all employees must pass a physical examination. We must follow the rules as prescribed by the government. See More

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History and Etymology for prescribe

Middle English, from Latin praescribere to write at the beginning, dictate, order, from prae- + scribere to write  more at scribe

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Prescribe. Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/prescribe. Accessed 27 Jul. 2022.MLA

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pre·​scribe | \ pri-ˈskrīb

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1 : to order or direct the use of as a remedy Did the doctor prescribe medicine?2 : to lay down as a rule of action : order School rules prescribe daily physical activity.pre·​scribe | \ pri-ˈskrīb

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transitive verb

: to designate or order the use of as a remedy prescribe a drugpre·​scribe | \ pri-ˈskrīb

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intransitive verb

1 : to claim title or a right to something (as an easement) by prescription a precarious possessor cannot prescribe against the owner

2 in the civil law of Louisiana : to become unenforceable or invalid by prescription any party having an interest in a money judgment may have it revived before it prescribes  Louisiana Civil Code

transitive verb

1 : to lay down as a rule or guide : specify with authority the times, places and manner of holding elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature thereof  U.S. Constitution art. I

2 in the civil law of Louisiana : to invalidate or bar the enforcement of by prescription this claim for damages shall not be prescribed so long as the minor's right of action exists against his tutor  Louisiana Civil Code

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