Definition of Preamble:
Introduction (recitation) of a draft law, constitution or law, in which the basic facts and assumptions are explained in detail and the aims and objectives are explained. In case of ambiguity or consensus, its purpose is to explain the meaning or purpose of the operational parts of the text. However, Ta'i only excels when it provides a clear and definite explanation, while the meaning of the chosen word is explicit or uncertain.
Synonyms of Preamble
Overture, Preliminary, Protasis, Proem, Verse, Frontispiece, Prefixture, Prolegomenon, Prologue, Presupposition, Introduction, Preface, Avant-propos, Leap, Introduce, Prefix, Premise, Prolegomena, Prologize, Front matter, Voluntary, Prolepsis, Exordium, Innovation, Breakthrough, Prelude, Postulate, Foreword
How to use Preamble in a sentence?
- In general, the proposed constitution is only part of what is known to the public, as many public schools require enrollment of students.
- The senator began the hearing by reading out a brief presentation made during the passage of the bill.
- The bill should be put to the next vote as soon as possible, but before the entire proposal is rewritten and rewritten.
Meaning of Preamble & Preamble Definition