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Of or relating to the period of time before an athletic competition.
A party or other social gathering that occurs before an athletic competition: We went to the pregame and ate burgers.
v. pre·gamed, pre·gam·ing, pre·games Slang
To drink alcoholic beverages before (an event or social gathering): We pregamed the party.
To drink alcoholic beverages before an event or social gathering.
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(General Sporting Terms) a period before a sports match
(General Sporting Terms) of the period before a sports match
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1. being or occurring before a game: the pregame warmup.n.
2. a pregame interview.
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