verb (used with object), pre·miered, pre·mier·ing.
verb (used without object), pre·miered, pre·mier·ing.
- premier cru,
- premier danseur,
Origin of premiere
noun, plural pre·mières [pri-meerz, -myairz; French pruh-myer] /prɪˈmɪərz, -ˈmyɛərz; French prəˈmyɛr/, verb (used with or without object), pre·miered, pre·mier·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for premiering
We are premiering the film Meena tonight not just to raise awareness about this issue.
I'm seated outside with Grey having lunch in Austin, Texas, where her latest film, Open Windows, is premiering as part of SXSW.Sasha Grey on Her Secret ‘True Detective’ Cameo, ‘Open Windows,’ and the Duke Porn Star Backlash|Marlow Stern|March 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The new comedy, premiering Wednesday night on ABC, stars Rebel Wilson.
Evan Rachel Wood stars as a flighty barista in ‘A Case of You,’ premiering at Tribeca.Evan Rachel Wood on Tribeca Film ‘Case Of You,’ Coming Out as Bisexual, Her Pregnancy, and More|Marlow Stern|April 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Now comes a documentary about its epidemic, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.‘Oxyana’ Documentary at Tribeca Exposes the OxyContin Epidemic|Marlow Stern|April 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Word Origin for premiere
1889, "first performance of a play," from French première, in phrase première représentation, from fem. of Old French premier "first" (see premier). The verb is recorded from 1940.