presell

[pree-sel]

verb (used with object), pre·sold, pre·sell·ing.

to sell in advance, as before manufacture or construction: to presell a planned house.

Origin of presell

First recorded in 1945–50; pre- + sell1
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British Dictionary definitions for presell

presell

verb -sells, -selling or -sold (tr)

to promote (a product, entertainment, etc) with publicity in advance of its appearance
to prepare (the public) for a product, entertainment, etc, with advance publicity
to agree a sale of (a product) before it is available
to sell (a book) before its publication date
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