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preview

[pree-vyoo]
noun
1.
an earlier or previous view.
2.
an advance showing of a motion picture, play, etc., before its public opening.
3.
an advance showing of brief scenes in a motion picture, television show, etc., for purposes of advertisement.
4.
anything that gives an advance idea or impression of something to come.
verb (used with object)
5.
to view or show beforehand or in advance.
Also, prevue.


Origin:
1600–10; 1920–25 for def 2; pre- + view

unpreviewed, adjective
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preview or (US) prevue (ˈpriːvjuː)
 
n
1.  an advance or preliminary view or sight
2.  an advance showing before public presentation of a film, art exhibition, etc, usually before an invited audience of celebrities and journalists
3.  a public performance of a play before the official first night
 
vb
4.  (tr) to view in advance
 
prevue or (US) prevue
 
n
 
vb

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preview
1607, "to see beforehand," from pre- + view (q.v.). The noun in the sense of "a foretaste" is recorded from 1882, from the verb; specifically "a showing of a book, film, etc. before public release" from 1922.
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