premiere

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Noun[change]

Singular
premiere

Plural
premieres

  1. A premiere is the first showing of a movie, play, opera, musical, or other form of entertainment.
    The premiere of "Gone with the Wind" was in Atlanta, Georgia.
  2. A premiere is the first episode of a television show or the first episode of a season of that show.
    I saw the premiere of the new crime show.

Verb[change]

Plain form
premiere

Third-person singular
premieres

Past tense
premiered

Past participle
premiered

Present participle
premiering

  1. To premiere is to show or perform a stage work or film for the first time.
    Curly: Will the play premiere in New York?
    Larry: No, the play premieres in London next month.
    Moe: I thought the play premiered in New York last week?
    Larry: No, the play is premiering in London next month.