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premed

[pree-med]
noun
1.
a program of premedical study or training.
2.
a student enrolled in such a program.
adjective
3.
of or pertaining to premedical studies.

Origin:
1960–65; short for premedical

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premed (priːˈmɛd)
 
adj
1.  short for premedical
 
n
2.  short for premedication
3.  a premedical student

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Word Origin & History

premed
"of or pertaining to study in preparation for medical school," 1962, from premedical (1904), from pre- + medical.
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premed pre·med (prē'měd')
adj.
Premedical.

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