Order (an item of merchandise) before it is available, with the understanding that it will be shipped later.
More example sentences
- Across the Atlantic, phone company O2 has had to stop taking pre-orders.
- Most Hong Kong based retailers seem to be accepting pre-orders already.
- We will have t-shirts for sale very soon & will be accepting pre-orders for them immediately.
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Definition of preorder in:
- The British & World English dictionary