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premed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpremedpre‧med, pre-med /ˌpriːˈmed/ adjective American English  relating to classes that prepare a student for medical school, or to the students who are taking these classes a premed studentpremed, pre-med /ˈpriːmed/ noun [uncountable]
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premedAbukar, for example, had left Mogadishu only when he failed to get into the premed program at the university.The object of her fatal attraction is Patrick McGaw, a clean-cut premed student with athletic potential.We generally have a slot available for a premed student.
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