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Adjective: predial  pree-dee-ul
Usage: archaic
  1. Attached to land or farms
    "predial slaves"
  2. Consisting of land or farms; landed
    "predial estate"
Verb: pre-dial
  1. When using a telephone, to dial before; for example when the number is stored in memory before dialling, or entering a dialling code that needs to be entered before the main number
    "Make calls in the usual manner or predial the number and then send it out"

Derived forms: pre-dials, pre-dialing, pre-dialed