Definition of precursing in English:

precursing

adjective

rare
  • That comes before; that heralds or foreshadows.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Samuel Wilberforce (1805–1873), bishop of Oxford and of Winchester. From classical Latin praecurs-, past participial stem of praecurrere to run in front of, to precede + -ing.

Pronunciation

precursing

/prɪˈkəːsɪŋ//ˌpriːˈkəːsɪŋ/