Definition of prematch in English:

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prematch

Pronunciation: /ˈpriːmatʃ/

adjective

In or relating to the period before a sports match: his prematch press conference
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  • Perhaps it is a sign of Scotland's diminished stock in recent times that this qualifier in Milan featured no prematch build up on BBC.
  • Although hampered by prematch injuries, once again the side gave a brave display before going under to Antrim.
  • We, all of us, dig our own holes,’ says Coach Gaines at a particularly tense prematch moment with his boys.

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