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  1. preview

    • IPA[ˈpriːvjuː]

    英式

    • n.
      an opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available;a showing of a film, exhibition, etc. before its official opening
    • v.
      display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available;see or inspect (something) before it is used or becomes generally available
    • verb: preview, 3rd person present: previews, gerund or present participle: previewing, past tense: previewed, past participle: previewed

    • noun: preview, plural noun: previews

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. an opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview
    • a showing of a film, exhibition, etc. before its official opening there was a small reception after the preview
    • a trailer for a film the preview shows a scene not included in the actual film
    • a publicity article or review of a forthcoming film, book, etc., based on an advance viewing in our preview of children's books, we select some forthcoming titles
    • a facility for inspecting the appearance of a document before it is printed.

    動詞

    • 1. display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available the company will preview an enhanced version of its database
    • see or inspect (something) before it is used or becomes generally available the teacher should preview teaching aids to ensure that they are at the right level
    • comment on (a forthcoming event) next week we'll be previewing the new season