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preorder

or pre-or·der

[ pree-awr-der ]
/ ˈpriˌɔr dər /
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verb (used with or without object)
to order for purchase in advance, as before an event, restaurant meal, or release of a product: She called the restaurant before lunch to preorder.Preorder your signed print now, as only 2,500 copies are being made.
noun
an act or instance of ordering something in advance: The new handbook is now available for preorder.The game’s future looked bright, with thousands of preorders already piled up.
something that has been ordered in advance: If you haven’t yet received your preorder, please email us.
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