planning or plotting in advance of acting
(law) thought and intention to commit a crime well in advance of the crime; goes to show criminal intent
- There was no doubt that Florence's age and kindness had led Elizabeth, with no premeditation, to take Florence into her confidence.
- The country's provocation after the June 29 armed clash is an act of premeditation.
- premeditated 有预谋的
Without premeditation their mouths fell open, chanting the spontaneous antiphon.出自： J. G. Cozzens