preview

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Noun[change]

Singular
preview

Plural
previews

  1. A preview is a showing of a work like a movie, play, or painting, before the public are able to see it.
    We went to a preview of the new art show which opens next week.
  2. A preview can be a short sample from a movie, used as an advertisement before the movie is ready to be shown to the public.
    I had to see the movie, as the preview made it look so exciting.

Verb[change]

Plain form
preview

Third-person singular
previews

Past tense
previewed

Past participle
previewed

Present participle
previewing

  1. If you preview something, you get to see it before everyone else.
    We went to a special movie night, to preview the latest horror movie.

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