pre form

preform

[v. pree-fawrm; n. pree-fawrm]

Origin:
1595–1605; < Latin praefōrmāre. See pre-, form

nonpreformed, adjective
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preform

verb
1. form into a shape resembling the final, desired one 
2. form or shape beforehand or determine the shape of beforehand 
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