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Previewing

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Previewing:

verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database
noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview

Previews

ˈpriː.vjuː

Meanings of Previews:

noun

An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

Usage examples:

I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview
verb

Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

Usage examples:

The company will preview an enhanced version of its database

Meanings of Previous:

adjective

Existing or occurring before in time or order.

Usage examples:

She looked tired after her exertions of the previous evening
noun

Previous convictions; a criminal record.

Usage examples:

He's got previous—theft and wounding

Previous-to

ˈpriː.vi.əs

Meanings of Previous-to:

noun

If someone has previous, they have been found guilty of one or more crimes in the past. previous is short for ...

Meanings of Previously:

adverb

At a previous or earlier time; before.

Usage examples:

Museums and art galleries which had previously been open to the public

Previse

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Previse:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevised

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Prevised:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Previses

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Previses:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevising

prɪˈvʌɪz

Meanings of Prevising:

verb

Foresee or predict (an event).

Usage examples:

He had intelligence to previse the possible future

Prevision

prɪˈvɪʒ(ə)n

Meanings of Prevision:

noun

A feeling or prediction about a future event.

Usage examples:

A wise prevision of what is to come

Meanings of Previsionary:

adjective

Capable of or endowed with foresight; of the nature of a prevision.

Prevocalic

ˌpriːvəˈkalɪk

Meanings of Prevocalic:

adjective

Occurring immediately before a vowel.

Usage examples:

Ulster vernaculars have palatalization of initial k in certain prevocalic positions

Meanings of Prevocational:

adjective

Given or performed as preparation for vocational training.

Usage examples:

Pre-vocational college-based education

Meanings of Prevolitional:

adjective

Occurring or existing before volition.

Meanings of Prevost:

noun

In guernsey and sark: an officer of justice equivalent to the high sheriff of an english county. in jersey and guernsey: a bailiff of an estate or fief.

Meanings of Prevotal:

adjective

Of or relating to a french provost-marshal.

Meanings of Prevote:

noun

In france and in jersey and guernsey: a fief held by a prévôt.

Meanings of Prevoyance:

noun

Foresight.

Meanings of Prewar:

adjective

Existing, occurring, or built before a war.

Usage examples:

The pre-war years

Prewarn

priːˈwɔːn

Meanings of Prewarn:

verb

Inform (someone) of a possible future danger or problem; forewarn.

Usage examples:

People living within areas that have been prone to flooding would be prewarned

Meanings of Prewarning:

verb

Inform (someone) of a possible future danger or problem; forewarn.

Usage examples:

People living within areas that have been prone to flooding would be prewarned

Prewarns

priːˈwɔːn

Meanings of Prewarns:

verb

Inform (someone) of a possible future danger or problem; forewarn.

Usage examples:

People living within areas that have been prone to flooding would be prewarned

Meanings of Prewash:

noun

A preliminary wash, especially one performed as part of a cycle in an automatic washing machine.

Usage examples:

Just enough intelligence to get you thinking, as your head begins to spin uncontrollable like a pre…
verb

Give a preliminary wash to.

Usage examples:

He would have to pre-wash the shirt before packing and shipping it

Meanings of Prewashed:

verb

Give a preliminary wash to.

Usage examples:

He would have to pre-wash the shirt before packing and shipping it
noun

A preliminary wash, especially one performed as part of a cycle in an automatic washing machine.

Usage examples:

Just enough intelligence to get you thinking, as your head begins to spin uncontrollable like a pre…

Meanings of Prewashes:

noun

A preliminary wash, especially one performed as part of a cycle in an automatic washing machine.

Usage examples:

Just enough intelligence to get you thinking, as your head begins to spin uncontrollable like a pre…
verb

Give a preliminary wash to.

Usage examples:

He would have to pre-wash the shirt before packing and shipping it

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