prescreen

(redirected from prescreened)

pre·screen

 (prē-skrēn′)
tr.v. pre·screened, pre·screen·ing, pre·screens
1. To view (a movie) before release for public showing.
2. To examine or interview before further selection processes occur: prescreen applicants for interviews.

prescreen

(priːˈskriːn)
vb (tr)
(Film) to screen (a film) in advance

pre•screen

(priˈskrin)

v.t.
to screen in advance; select before a more detailed selecting process.
[1965–70]
References in periodicals archive ?
'(Lee) and I created the Air Force Polygraph Intelink Site, which has prescreened more than 1,000 DoD members,' Minor said.
For women who need donor eggs to conceive, enhanced search features of prescreened, ready-to-donate donors and a new reservation system make finding a donor a simpler process.
After the aforementioned three tasks are completed successfully, a candidate will be prescreened for a polygraph test.
The current case is an example of how effective properly trained individuals providing immediate emergency management can help save lives regardless of whether the athlete has been prescreened several times.
Some survey research companies and researchers will add those prescreened numbers back when estimating the proportion of phone numbers of unknown eligibility that are assumed to be eligible.
The extent to which the fair lending laws apply to prescreened solicitations is unsettled and could depend on the type of solicitation.
The Hire Fair, which differed from a traditional job fair, provided specific paths for prescreened candidates with healthcare education and offered the opportunity for same-day, onsite interviews and in some cases offers extended.
"This may be because a man who is attached has already shown his ability to commit and, in a sense, has been prescreened by another woman."
For example, customers who come into a branch location to open savings or demand deposit accounts (DDA) have a high propensity to accept an instantly prescreened credit product that is offered to them in real time, says Lindeen.
Foreign educated nurses are required to be prescreened and certified as part of the temporary or permanent occupational visa application process, as detailed in the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996.
The transaction, which is expected to close in the third quarter of 2005, will combine the nation's two largest online marketplaces for connecting consumers with prescreened residential contractors and service professionals.
In automated "assist" mode, it can identify prescreened and registered vehicles and users, granting facility access without input from a guard, although guards can monitor activity and override gates, alarms, and lane controls.