prerecorded

[pree-ri-kawr-did]
adjective
containing previously recorded information: a prerecorded audiotape; a prerecorded videocassette. Compare blank ( def 5 ).

Origin:
1955–60; prerecord + -ed2

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prerecord

[pree-ri-kawrd]
verb (used with object)
1.
to record beforehand or in advance.
2.
to record (a radio show, television program, etc.) prior to an actual broadcast or showing.
3.
Movies. to record (music, sound effects, etc.) before filming begins, as to facilitate synchronization.

Origin:
1935–40; pre- + record

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prerecorded (ˌpriːrɪˈkɔːdəd)
 
adj
having been recorded (on tape, video, etc) beforehand: a pre-recorded message

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Example sentences
Presentations are almost never identical to one another, unless it is prerecorded, or read from an exact script.
State law prohibits the use of prerecorded messages.
Most businesses need your written permission before they can call you with prerecorded telemarketing messages, or robocalls.
Prerecorded, cut-and-pasted speech works only when there is a limited stock of phrases.
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