Definition of preseason in English:

preseason

Syllabification: pre·sea·son
Pronunciation: /ˈprēˈsēzən
 
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adjective

  • (Of a sporting event) taking place before the regular season.
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    • It would be their first venture to the west coast for preseason drills.
    • He was impressive in the preseason opener and has solid skills for the position.
    • Coaches are scared about losing key players to preseason injuries, so they keep them off the field.

noun

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  • The period of time before the regular season.
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    • ‘It's good to know that I've had two solid preseasons, and people around the league feel I can play,’ Dickenson says.
    • They had better preseasons than Davis, who struggled with injuries.
    • He hasn't shown a lot of promise the past two preseasons, but the team has a lot of future money invested in Lewis.

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