Definition of pre-sell in English:

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[with object]
Promote or market (a product) before it is officially launched: producers can pre-sell a film on the basis of the script
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  • The primary job of the affiliate is to pre-sell the product being promoted.
  • The third factor is being able to pre-sell to the visitors of your site.
  • Essentially, if an oil company or oil producer wants some money now, they will pre-sell July's production, or September's production.

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