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presell

verb pre·sell \(ˌ)prē-ˈsel\
pre·sold\-ˈsōld\pre·sell·ing

Definition of PRESELL

transitive verb
1
:  to precondition (as a customer) for subsequent purchase or create advance demand for (as a product) especially through marketing strategies
2
:  to sell in advance <raised money to publish the book by preselling film rights>

First Known Use of PRESELL

1947

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