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preprint

[ noun pree-print; verb pree-print ]
/ noun ˈpriˌprɪnt; verb priˈprɪnt /
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noun
an advance printing, usually of a portion of a book or of an article in a periodical.
verb (used with object)
to print for future use.
to print a preprint.
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Origin of preprint

First recorded in 1885–90; pre- + print
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