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pre·view also pre·vue  audio  (prvy) KEY 

NOUN:
  1. An advance showing, as of a movie or art exhibition, to which a selected audience is invited before public presentation begins.
  2. An advance viewing or exhibition, especially the presentation of several scenes advertising a forthcoming movie; a trailer.
  3. An introductory or preliminary message, sample, or overview; a foretaste.
TRANSITIVE VERB:
pre·viewed, also pre·vued pre·view·ing, pre·vu·ing pre·views, pre·vues
  1. To view or exhibit in advance.
  2. To provide a preliminary sample or overview of: The professor previewed the course for us.



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