prerecord


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pre·re·cord

 (prē′rĭ-kôrd′)
tr.v. pre·re·cord·ed, pre·re·cord·ing, pre·re·cords
To record (a television program, for example) at an earlier time for later presentation or use.
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prerecord

(ˌpriːrɪˈkɔːd)
vb (tr)
to record (a radio or TV programme) before broadcastingto record sound or images (on a CD, cassette, video, etc) beforehand
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prerecord


Past participle: prerecorded
Gerund: prerecording

Imperative
prerecord
prerecord
Present
I prerecord
you prerecord
he/she/it prerecords
we prerecord
you prerecord
they prerecord
Preterite
I prerecorded
you prerecorded
he/she/it prerecorded
we prerecorded
you prerecorded
they prerecorded
Present Continuous
I am prerecording
you are prerecording
he/she/it is prerecording
we are prerecording
you are prerecording
they are prerecording
Present Perfect
I have prerecorded
you have prerecorded
he/she/it has prerecorded
we have prerecorded
you have prerecorded
they have prerecorded
Past Continuous
I was prerecording
you were prerecording
he/she/it was prerecording
we were prerecording
you were prerecording
they were prerecording
Past Perfect
I had prerecorded
you had prerecorded
he/she/it had prerecorded
we had prerecorded
you had prerecorded
they had prerecorded
Future
I will prerecord
you will prerecord
he/she/it will prerecord
we will prerecord
you will prerecord
they will prerecord
Future Perfect
I will have prerecorded
you will have prerecorded
he/she/it will have prerecorded
we will have prerecorded
you will have prerecorded
they will have prerecorded
Future Continuous
I will be prerecording
you will be prerecording
he/she/it will be prerecording
we will be prerecording
you will be prerecording
they will be prerecording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been prerecording
you have been prerecording
he/she/it has been prerecording
we have been prerecording
you have been prerecording
they have been prerecording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been prerecording
you will have been prerecording
he/she/it will have been prerecording
we will have been prerecording
you will have been prerecording
they will have been prerecording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been prerecording
you had been prerecording
he/she/it had been prerecording
we had been prerecording
you had been prerecording
they had been prerecording
Conditional
I would prerecord
you would prerecord
he/she/it would prerecord
we would prerecord
you would prerecord
they would prerecord
Past Conditional
I would have prerecorded
you would have prerecorded
he/she/it would have prerecorded
we would have prerecorded
you would have prerecorded
they would have prerecorded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.prerecord - record before presentation, as of a broadcast
recording, transcription - the act of making a record (especially an audio record); "she watched the recording from a sound-proof booth"
record, tape - register electronically; "They recorded her singing"
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Translations

prerecord

[ˈpriːrɪˈkɔːd] VTgrabar de antemano, pregrabar
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prerecord

[ˌpriːrɪˈkəːrd] vt [+ programme, broadcast] → préenregistrerpre-recorded prerecorded [ˌpriːrɪˈkɔːrdɪd] adjpréenregistré(e)
prerecorded broadcast → émission f en différé, émission f préenregistrée
prerecorded cassette → cassette enregistrée
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prerecord

vtvorher aufzeichnen; prerecorded cassettebespielte Kassette
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prerecord

[ˌpriːrɪˈkɔːd] vtregistrare in anticipo
prerecorded broadcast → trasmissione f registrata
prerecorded cassette → (musi)cassetta
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