Definition of prepublication in English:

prepublication

Line breaks: pre|pub¦li|ca¦tion
Pronunciation: /priːpʌblɪˈkeɪʃn
 
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adjective

Issued or occurring before publication: prepublication censorship
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  • By the eighteenth century a comprehensive system of prepublication censorship and licensing, even of private writing, was in place throughout Imperial China.
  • Respondents were invited to include their e-mail address if they wished to receive a prepublication copy of the survey results.
  • I recently received a prepublication review copy of my forthcoming book.

noun

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Publication in advance.
More example sentences
  • Did the prepublication usurp all value from a copyright owner's first right of publication?
  • The prepublication of conference papers with restricted access shall stimulate research exchanges before and after the conference.

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