Definition of prepping in English:

prepping

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Pronunciation: /ˈprɛpɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1The action or process of preparing something, or preparing for something: after hours of prepping and cooking and stressing and a few near-breakdowns, Thanksgiving was wonderful
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    • I actually got mocked by colleagues for helping kids with their resumes and prepping for job interviews.
    • There are so many hidden works of art at the Vancouver Art Gallery that involve spending hours of computing, phoning, researching, and prepping.
    • As it turns out, women may actually have special needs when it comes to pre-event prepping.
  • 1.1chiefly North American The practice of making active preparations for a possible catastrophic disaster or emergency, typically by stockpiling food, ammunition, and other supplies: prepping is a way of life and there is always something new to learn, tasks to do, and gear to purchase
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    • Hundreds of websites are devoted to prepping, along with conferences where people exchange information on storing food, learning survival skills and preparing survival kits that can be taken on the road.
    • He said he started the site after seeing a need for a place where like-minded people could share their concerns and ideas on prepping and insisted being ready for worst-case scenarios was commonsense.
    • For us, prepping is more or less just living like our grandparents did years ago.

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