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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Electrical
pre-setpre-set /ˌpriː ˈsetβ—‚/ adjective [usually before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TEEdecided or set at an earlier time πŸ”Š The heating automatically switches on and off at pre-set temperatures.
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pre-setβ€’ As the backswing progresses, the shoulders turn around the spine angle which is pre-set at the address position.β€’ If the temperature continues to rise above a pre-set critical level the power source will be shut down completely.β€’ Many of the expert demonstration teams use wrist straps with pre-set line lengths.β€’ Perhaps they predicted her actions, a rat in a pre-set maze.β€’ No longer does he have to follow pre-set movements.β€’ Johnson Fry pays holders a pre-set quarterly income.β€’ Independent funds tend to be closed ended, and have a pre-set strategy and investment size and duration.β€’ Effectiveness, by contrast, is not about relative performance but about achieving pre-set targets or objectives.
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