preprint


1pre·print

noun \ˈprē-ˌprint, ˌprē-ˈprint\

Definition of PREPRINT

1
:  an issue of a technical paper often in preliminary form before its publication in a journal
2
:  something (as an advertisement) printed before the rest of the publication in which it is to appear

First Known Use of PREPRINT

1889

2pre·print

verb \(ˌ)prē-ˈprint\

Definition of PREPRINT

transitive verb
:  to print in advance for later use

First Known Use of PREPRINT

1926

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