Preclude in a sentence

Use Preclude in a sentence

Preclude;

Meaning: [verb]prevent or make impossible;

These dynamic sitting features actively preclude health problems.

International students are not precluded from applying for the scholarship.

Such barriers preclude penetration by many sensors.

Physical activity directly helps preclude heart problems.

Construction was precluded by a series of feasibility studies.

The choice to do one thing may preclude another.

His contract precluded any clinical contact with patients.

During that investigation period, he was precluded from all media contact.

Delays caused by this controversy precluded the start of engineering.

He later said that aid to Egypt should be reviewed without precluding future assistance.

The appeals court emphasized that it was not precluding federal regulation of broadcast standards.