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prepone

[ pree-pohn ]
/ priˈpoʊn /
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verb (used with object), pre·poned, pre·pon·ing.Indian English.
to reschedule to an earlier day or time: Our Wednesday meeting has been preponed to Tuesday afternoon at 3:00.
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Origin of prepone

First recorded in 1970–75; pre- + (post)pone
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British Dictionary definitions for prepone

prepone
/ (priːˈpəʊn) /

verb (tr)
Indian to bring forward to an earlier time

Word Origin for prepone

C20: pre- + (post) pone
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