Modesty precludes me from accepting the honor.
We try to preclude any possibility of misunderstanding.
A prior engagement will preclude me from coming.
The bad weather precluded me from attending the meeting.
Abdication is precluded by the lack of a possible successor.
The flood precluded him from coming.
The complicated misanthropy which enabled him, his interpreters declared, to love the public and spurn humanity, did not preclude certain trifling investigation of the tenderer emotions.
The suicide note precluded the possibility of murder.
But renewed American sanctions on Iran preclude this option.
But that didn't always preclude a sense of humour.
He said such international efforts would help preclude a fully-fledged war with Russia.
If Brexit turns acrimonious and precludes a moderate change such as enhanced supervision, Europeans may seek blunter instruments.
This outcome does not preclude any criminal charges against the bank or its employees, nor was it inevitable.
Military activity with Russia does not preclude the fact that we have differences with the Russians over Bashar al-Assad.
Well, I mean, I'm not entirely certain that accident, in the initial stages, something that will preclude moral obligations later.
He has a medical condition which precludes transfer.
I am precluded from speaking on that topic.
Nothing. I looked through the bylaws and precluded potential litigation.
Not normally, but I mean, that doesn't preclude the possibility.
正常情况不会 但我的意思是 也不能排除这种可能性。
Then I'm afraid you're precluded from convincing me to take him off this case.
And astounding lack of scruples would preclude
No scientific knowledge precludes the existence of god
We did this to give the message that freedom of expression should be maintained and that shouldn’t be precluded by terror.”
Let me do the things that your position precludes you from doing, the dark choices, the distasteful wet work.
That does not preclude, of course, some countries from urging him to be the candidate, and the Executive Board nominates the candidate to the general conference.
The term is used in so many contexts that it's rendered meaningless and precludes a nuanced discussion of the specific harm done and how those who did it should be held accountable.
When I agreed to be your lover, I felt quite sure that my disdain for your vulgarity and astounding lack of scruples would preclude any chance of my developing feelings for you.