Definitions of "pre-"
  1. Used to indicate something happening before or earlier than
  2. Used to show that something serves as a preparation or requirement for something else
  3. Signifies taking place or arranged beforehand or in advance
How to use "pre-" in a sentence
  1. The pre-trial proceedings are essential for the smooth functioning of the main trial.
  2. A pre-requisite for becoming a lawyer is passing the bar examination.
  3. A pre-approved loan can expedite the process of purchasing a property.

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