a program of premedical study or training.
a student enrolled in such a program.
of or relating to premedical studies.
Origin of premed
First recorded in 1960–65; short for premedical
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She was a premed student at Cornell University at the time, and she realized she did not want to be a doctor.Adepero Oduye, 'Pariah's' Scene Stealer
December 27, 2011
noun Also: premedic
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