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IS and ARE are both forms of which verb?
Also pre路mi猫re [pri-meer, -myair; French pruh-myer] /pr瑟藞m瑟蓹r, -藞my蓻蓹r; French pr蓹藞my蓻r/ .

Origin of premiere

First recorded in 1890鈥95; from French premi猫re literally, 鈥渇irst鈥; feminine of premier; see origin at premier

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH premiere

premier, premiere

Other definitions for premiere (2 of 2)

premi猫re
[ pri-meer, -myair; French pruh-myer ]
/ pr瑟藞m瑟蓹r, -藞my蓻蓹r; French pr蓹藞my蓻r /

noun, verb (used with or without object), adjective plural pre路mi猫res [pri-meerz, -myairz; French pruh-myer], /pr瑟藞m瑟蓹rz, -藞my蓻蓹rz; French pr蓹藞my蓻r/, pre路mi猫red, pre路mi猫r路ing,
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How to use premiere in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for premiere

premiere
/ (藞pr蓻m瑟藢蓻蓹, 藞pr蓻m瑟蓹) /

noun
the first public performance of a film, play, opera, etc
the leading lady in a theatre company
verb
to give or be the first public performance of

Word Origin for premiere

C19: from French, feminine of premier first
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