precool

verb
pre·cool | \ ˌprē-ˈkül \
variants: or pre-cool
precooled or pre-cooled; precooling or pre-cooling

Definition of precool 

transitive verb

: to cool (something) beforehand … the car can be programmed to preheat or precool the cabin for you before your departure … —Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield "You've got to precool the product if you want to give it some shelf life." —Cameron White

First Known Use of precool

1907, in the meaning defined above

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