- 1 preview something to see a movie, a television program, etc. before it is shown to the general public and write an account of it for a newspaper or magazine The exhibition was previewed in last week's issue.
- 2 preview something to give someone a short account of something that is going to happen, be studied, etc. The professor previewed the course for us.
NAmE//ˈprivyu//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they preview
he / she / it previews
past simple previewed
-ing form previewing