prereturn

adjective pre·re·turn \ ˌprē-ri-ˈtərn \
variants: or pre-return

Definition of prereturn

: occurring or required before a return to a place or activity
  • Some speak at … prereturn briefings for military families, lecturing them on what to expect … after their soldier's return.
  • —Audrey Kubetin
  • He said astronauts usually must spend their prereturn day in orbit dismantling and putting away equipment used during the mission.
  • The Los Angeles Times

First Known Use of prereturn

1919

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