[ pree-proh-gram, -gruh m ]
/ priˈproʊ græm, -grəm /
verb (used with object), pre·pro·grammed or pre·pro·gramed, pre·pro·gram·ming or pre·pro·gram·ing.
to program in advance: to preprogram a manufacturing process.
Origin of preprogram
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Examples from the Web for preprogrammed
Her first move was to disable the “retweet cartels,” a setup that automatically retweets from preprogrammed users or hashtags.The Champagne Tranarchist Who Hijacked Occupy’s Twitter Feed|Nina Strochlic|February 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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