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prep

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School
prepprep1 /prep/ noun [uncountable]  British English informalSES work that is done by students on their own, after classes have finished – used in private schools syn homework
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prepDespite an artillery prep and rockets from our gunships, it was hot.The artillery prep had not destroyed most of these rounds.He will return to Florida for more debate prep later this week.I was getting some drawing prep once and what I was actually told to draw was a towel hanging over a chair.
Related topics: School, Hospital, Cooking
prepprep2 verb (past participle prepped, present participle prepping) American English informal  1 [transitive]SESMH to prepare someone for an operation or an examination2 [transitive]DFC to prepare food for cooking in a restaurant3 [intransitive] to prepare for something that you are going to do I have to prep for my afternoon class.
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Related topics: Grammar
prep.prep. (also prep British English)SLGthe written abbreviation of preposition
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