English version

ante-date

From Longman Business Dictionaryante-dateˌante-ˈdate verb [transitive]1to put a date on a document, letter, cheque etc that is earlier than the date it was actually signed, usually so that it takes effect from the earlier date2to be from an earlier period in history than something elseThe first Advertisements Regulation Act of 1907 ante-dated by two years the first Planning Act.
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