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preselect
American English: /ˌprisəˈlɛkt/
British English: /priːsɪˈlɛkt/

Translation of preselect in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • No better example can be found than in the way the party preselects its federal candidates.
    • The Liberals should think long and hard about preselecting a new candidate.
    • The fact that they have preselected me as a candidate is a step in changing the attitude of the party.

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