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Definition of "pregame" []

  • A period before a sports match (noun)
  • Of the period before a sports match (adjective)
  • A social gathering of several friends who get together to drink before going out to a party or a sports game. The goal of pre-gaming is to "get a buzz" before going out for the night. (noun)

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  • Pertaining to events that take place before, or in preparation for, a sporting event. (adjective)

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Use "pregame" in a sentence
  • "He and his Golf Channel counterparts were on the air for what he called a pregame show at"
  • "Until, that is, the red lights went on in pregame shows and Smith noted the need for "carousing" ball carriers, players who'd had "rites of patches" and teams that "got debacled" and that you "can't change the stripes of a leopard.""
  • "Gill, who skated in pregame warmups, was cut on the back of his left leg by former teammate Chris Kunitz's (FSY) skate in the Canadiens '2-1 loss in Pittsburgh in Game 5."