Definition of prepone in English:

prepone

Line breaks: pre|pone
Pronunciation: /priːˈpəʊn/

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verb

[with object] Indian
  • Bring (something) forward to an earlier date or time: the publication date has been preponed from July to June

Origin

1970s: from pre- + postpone.

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