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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpre-pre- /priː/ prefix πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 BEFOREbefore someone or something β†’ ante- πŸ”Š pre-war (=before a war)2 in preparation πŸ”Š a prearranged signal πŸ”Š Preset the video.
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pre-β€’ a prenatal testβ€’ a prewar movieβ€’ prerecorded musicβ€’ As usual, the government seems to have forgotten most of its pre-election promises.β€’ pre-Franco Spainβ€’ pre-holiday shoppingβ€’ You have to pre-register by January 24.β€’ Life in pre-war Britain was simpler and less fast-paced.
From Longman Business Dictionarypre-pre- /priː/ prefix coming before somethingPre-tax profits (=profits before tax has been taken off) were up 7.5%.the difference between the pre- and post-crash results
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