Definition of preprogram in English:

preprogram

Syllabification: pre·pro·gram
Pronunciation: /prēˈprōˌɡram, -ɡrəm
 
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verb (preprograms, preprogramming, preprogrammed or preprograms, preprograming, preprogramed)

[with object] (usually as adjective preprogrammed)
1Program (a computer or other electronic device) in advance for ease of use: a preprogrammed function key
More example sentences
  • And now we are in a position where we have clocks in all of our computers and a lot of our electronic devices which are preprogrammed to spring forward on a particular day.
  • The instrument we provide is preprogrammed for immediate operation.
  • A robot can be preprogrammed to fight someone with laser claws.
1.1Program (something) into a computer or other electronic device before use: preprogrammed messages
More example sentences
  • All it needed was to have preprogrammed responses for those 40,000 everyday utterances.
  • In the event that the system detects a health emergency, it can dial preprogrammed emergency numbers and pinpoint the victim's location with GPS.
  • It is possible for the crew to select preprogrammed multiple mission sequences which have been stored in the computer.

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