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prepay to pay for in advance.
preperformance combined form of performance.
preplan combined form of plan.
preponderance superiority in amount, strength, significance, weight, or the like.
preponderant greater or superior in amount, importance, power, or the like; predominant.
preponderate to weigh more than something else. [2 definitions]
preportion combined form of portion.
preposition in grammar, a word such as "in," "to," or "about" that is used with a noun or noun equivalent to create a phrase that modifies a noun, verb, or adjective.
prepositional phrase in grammar, a phrase that is made up of a preposition, its object, and any modifiers of this object, and that functions as an adjective or adverb, such as "of the people" or "under the bridge".
prepossess to preoccupy the mind of. [3 definitions]
prepossessing attractive or impressive; pleasing.
preposterous totally unlikely, unbelievable, or senseless; absurd.
preppie (informal) a student at, or a graduate of, a private preparatory school. [3 definitions]
preprepared combined form of prepared.
prepresidential combined form of presidential.
preprimary combined form of primary.
preproduction combined form of production.
preprogram combined form of program.
prep school a preparatory school.
prepsychedelic combined form of psychedelic.
prepublication combined form of publication.