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1preset

verb pre·set \ˈprē-ˌset\
pre·setpre·set·ting

Definition of PRESET

transitive verb
:  to set in advance

First Known Use of PRESET

1929

2preset

noun

Definition of PRESET

:  something (as a radio station) preprogrammed into a device

First Known Use of PRESET

1953

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