prestore

verb pre·store \ ˌprē-ˈstȯr \
variants: or pre-store

Definition of prestore

prestored or pre-stored; prestoring or pre-storing
: to store (something) before it is needed
  • … the network transactions involved in storing the keys turn out to be a significant hold-up. To speed up that process, the authors prestore a key, and then provide it when the reader requests one.
  • —John Timme

prestored

or pre-stored adjective
    • prestored data/settings
    • "… place an order literally at the click of a button with prestored payment details and delivery addresses."
    • —Gerald Grimes

First Known Use of prestore

1940

in the meaning defined above

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