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preapprove combined form of approve.
preemptive of, relating to, or granted by preemption. [2 definitions]
prefer to consider more desirable than something else. [3 definitions]
prefigure to give an earlier indication, image, or representation of; foreshadow. [2 definitions]
preventive designed to serve as a hindrance or method of prevention. [4 definitions]
preview an advance presentation or opening, as of a film, play, or exhibit, for a selected audience before viewing by the public. [4 definitions]
prevue variant of preview.
reapprove combined form of approve.
reprieve to release (someone) temporarily or permanently from planned or impending punishment, pain, or difficulty. [4 definitions]
reprove to criticize, usu. mildly, for wrongdoing. [2 definitions]