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pre·view

 (prē′vyo͞o′)
n.
1. An advance showing, as of a movie or art exhibition, to which a selected audience is invited before public presentation begins.
2. also pre·vue An advance viewing or exhibition, especially the presentation of several scenes advertising a forthcoming movie; a trailer.
3. An introductory or preliminary message, sample, or overview; a foretaste.
tr.v. pre·viewed, pre·view·ing, pre·views
1. To view or exhibit in advance.
2. To provide a preliminary sample or overview of: The professor previewed the course for us.

preview

(ˈpriːvjuː) or

prevue

n
1. an advance or preliminary view or sight
2. an advance showing before public presentation of a film, art exhibition, etc, usually before an invited audience of celebrities and journalists
3. (Theatre) a public performance of a play before the official first night
vb
(tr) to view in advance

pre•view

(ˈpriˌvyu)

n.
1. an earlier or advance view.
2. an advance showing of a motion picture, play, etc., before its public opening.
3. an advance showing of brief scenes in a motion picture, television show, etc., for purposes of advertisement.
4. anything that gives an advance idea or impression of something to come.
v.t.
5. to view or show beforehand or in advance.
[1600–10]

preview


Past participle: previewed
Gerund: previewing

Imperative
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Present
I preview
you preview
he/she/it previews
we preview
you preview
they preview
Preterite
I previewed
you previewed
he/she/it previewed
we previewed
you previewed
they previewed
Present Continuous
I am previewing
you are previewing
he/she/it is previewing
we are previewing
you are previewing
they are previewing
Present Perfect
I have previewed
you have previewed
he/she/it has previewed
we have previewed
you have previewed
they have previewed
Past Continuous
I was previewing
you were previewing
he/she/it was previewing
we were previewing
you were previewing
they were previewing
Past Perfect
I had previewed
you had previewed
he/she/it had previewed
we had previewed
you had previewed
they had previewed
Future
I will preview
you will preview
he/she/it will preview
we will preview
you will preview
they will preview
Future Perfect
I will have previewed
you will have previewed
he/she/it will have previewed
we will have previewed
you will have previewed
they will have previewed
Future Continuous
I will be previewing
you will be previewing
he/she/it will be previewing
we will be previewing
you will be previewing
they will be previewing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been previewing
you have been previewing
he/she/it has been previewing
we have been previewing
you have been previewing
they have been previewing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been previewing
you will have been previewing
he/she/it will have been previewing
we will have been previewing
you will have been previewing
they will have been previewing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been previewing
you had been previewing
he/she/it had been previewing
we had been previewing
you had been previewing
they had been previewing
Conditional
I would preview
you would preview
he/she/it would preview
we would preview
you would preview
they would preview
Past Conditional
I would have previewed
you would have previewed
he/she/it would have previewed
we would have previewed
you would have previewed
they would have previewed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.preview - an advertisement consisting of short scenes from a motion picture that will appear in the near futurepreview - an advertisement consisting of short scenes from a motion picture that will appear in the near future
ad, advert, advertisement, advertising, advertizement, advertizing - a public promotion of some product or service
2.preview - a screening for a select audience in advance of release for the general public
screening, showing, viewing - the display of a motion picture
sneak preview - a preview to test audience reactions
Verb1.preview - watch (a movie or play) before it is released to the general public
view, watch, take in, see, catch - see or watch; "view a show on television"; "This program will be seen all over the world"; "view an exhibition"; "Catch a show on Broadway"; "see a movie"

preview

noun
1. sample, sneak preview, trailer, sampler, taster, foretaste, advance showing He had gone to see a preview of the play.
verb
1. sample, taste, give a foretaste of We preview this season's collections from Paris.
Translations
يَسْتَعْرِض، يُراجِع
předpremiéra
ferniseringforpremiere
avant-premièreprojection corporativeaperçu
sajtóbemutató
forsÿning
uždara peržiūra
pieņemšanas izrāde
predpremiéra
ön denetim/gösterim

preview

[ˈpriːvjuː]
A. N [of film] → preestreno m
to give sb a preview of sth (fig) → permitir a algn ver algo de antemano
to have a preview of sth (fig) → ver algo con anticipación, lograr ver algo antes que otros
B. VTpreestrenar

preview

[ˈpriːvjuː] n
(= advance showing) [film, play, exhibition] → avant-première f
(in newspaper, magazine)critique f

preview

n
(of play, film)Vorpremiere f; (of exhibition)Vorbesichtigung f; to give somebody a preview of something (fig)jdm eine Vorschau auf etw (acc)geben
(Film, TV: = trailer) → Vorschau f (→ of auf +acc)
(Comput) → Seitenansicht f
vt (= view beforehand)vorher ansehen; (= show beforehand) filmvorher aufführen; paintings, fashionsvorher zeigen

preview

[ˈpriːvjuː] n (of film) → anteprima
to give sb a preview of sth (fig) → dare a qn un'idea di qc

preview

(ˈpriːvjuː) noun
a viewing of a performance, exhibition etc before it is open to the public.