See instructions at Wiktionary: Entry layout#Translations. Historical dictionaries such as the Oxford English Dictionary provide citations meant to show the evolution of every word, beginning with the earliest known usage.The term is from Latin ante meaning "before", and its antonym is postdate.Another example, in simpler terms, might be that if something antedates something else, it predates it, or is older than it. The thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary.
For others, here is where relationships of authority and submission first appear.
23) highlights the similarity rather than any differences between these first two human beings. The utter goodness of this primeval human pair ( Gen ) quickly turns into rebellion.
The serpent coaxes the woman to eat forbidden fruit, and her husband, in apparently more conscious disobedience ( 1 Tim ), follows suit.
For example, since the strike price of executive stock options is based on the stock price that corresponds to the day of when these options are granted, the option grant date can be unethically antedated to a day in the past, where the stock's price was at a low for the benefit of the executives.
[T] [E]In an age of women's liberation, modern Bible readers have understandably scrutinized Scripture for its teachings on gender.