preview

preview
I ['priːvjuː]
nome
1) (of film, play) anteprima f.; (of exhibition) vernissage m.
2) (report) (of match, programme) presentazione f.
II ['priːvjuː]
verbo transitivo mostrare in anteprima [match, programme]
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['pri:vju:]
noun
(a viewing of a performance, exhibition etc before it is open to the public.) anteprima
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preview /ˈpri:vju:/
n. (cinem., teatr., pitt.)
1 anteprima
2 (USA) «prossimamente»; presentazione; proiezione di scene d'un film di prossima programmazione
3 (comput.) anteprima
4 (fig.) breve descrizione; anticipazione.
(to) preview /ˈpri:vju:/
A v. t.
1 vedere (un film, ecc.) in anteprima; visionare
2 presentare (un film) in anteprima
3 (radio, TV) dare un'anteprima di
B v. i.
(di un film) essere presentato in anteprima.
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I ['priːvjuː]
nome
1) (of film, play) anteprima f.; (of exhibition) vernissage m.
2) (report) (of match, programme) presentazione f.
II ['priːvjuː]
verbo transitivo mostrare in anteprima [match, programme]

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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