prelaunch

pre·launch

 (prē′lônch′, -lŏnch′)
adj.
Preparatory or preliminary to launch, especially of a spacecraft or missile.

prelaunch

(priːˈlɔːntʃ)
adj
of the period before a launch

pre•launch

(priˈlɔntʃ, -ˈlɑntʃ)

adj.
preparatory to launch, as of a spacecraft.
[1960–65]
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