pretrain

pretrain

(priːˈtreɪn)
vb (tr)
to train in advance
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It also means that horses that we pretrain can stay in the yard if they have to go down the professional route rather than moving on, as has been the case in recent times.
Since Conversa's dynamic speech-recognition technology is speaker independent, we are now able to develop products that smoothly interact with the user in a natural, conversational way, without the need to pretrain the computer to recognize the user's voice.
I still have three staff to pretrain and that's always been my plan, wanting to pre-train the horses privately.