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prep 1

American English: /prɛp/
British English: /prɛp/

intransitive verb present participle prepping past tense, past participle prepped

  • [colloquial] (prepare)to prep (for something)
    Example sentences
    • Behind him a few officers made an obviously conscious effort to look busy at their stations despite the fact that their ship was prepped and ready to go.
    • Nick called the plane from the taxi and when we got there, it was prepped and ready to go.
    • I have to buy the food, prep it, prepare it, serve it to you, and clean it up, but I don't get paid for my time.
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prep 2

American English: /prɛp/
British English: /prɛp/

noun

  • 1 countable 1.1 [colloquial] (in US) preparatory school 1 1.2 (student)
    alumno (-na) (masculine, feminine) de un preparatory school 1
    Example sentences
    • Most of the kids that went to Springfield High School were preps, too good to associate with us.
    • If those preps back at the boarding school had done this, I was going to kill them when I returned in September.
    • They were planning on robbing some rich college preps, and getting fast cash.
  • 2 uncountable (British) 2.1 (homework)
    deberes (masculine plural)
    tarea (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Pupils at a school like Westminster enjoy all the lavish benefits of tiny class sizes, personal tuition, nightly prep, awesome library facilities, and sometimes staff who are cosy with the ways of examining boards.
    • And so I did some prep, and settled down in front of early evening television, awaiting Scott's return.
    2.2 (period)
    hora (feminine) de estudio
    estudio (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • Anyways, Sanjay stopped by during my prep period.
    • My prep period was last I started reading the journals.
    • I was in my prep period and decided, since everything was finished, my final was all set; I might as well go now.

intransitive verb present participle prepping past tense, past participle prepped

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