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Definition of presell verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they presell
    he / she / it presells
    past simple presold
    -ing form preselling
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  1. 1presell something to help sell a product, service, etc., especially one that is not yet available, by using advertising and other techniques to attract consumers' attention Putting a trial version on your Web site is a great way of preselling your product.
  2. 2presell something to sell something in advance of when it is available These farmers presell their crops. MTV was able to presell the film in foreign markets.
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