Definitions for premiereprɪˈmɪər, -ˈmyɛər

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. premiere(adj)

    the first public performance of a play or movie

  2. premier, premiere(verb)

    preceding all others in time

    "the premiere showing"

  3. premier, premiere(verb)

    be performed for the first time

    "We premiered the opera of the young composer and it was a critical success"

  4. premier, premiere(verb)

    perform a work for the first time

Wiktionary

  1. premiere(Noun)

    The first showing of a film, play or other form of entertainment, often held as a special event with celebrity guests.

  2. premiere(Noun)

    The first episode of a television show or a particular season of that show.

  3. premiere(Noun)

    In a series of narrative works, the installment that is chronologically set first.

  4. premiere(Verb)

    Of a film or play, to play for the first time.

    The new film premieres this weekend.

  5. premiere(Verb)

    To present a film or play for the first time.

    The local theatre will premiere its latest play this week.

  6. Origin: From première "first"

Freebase

  1. Premiere

    A premiere is the first public performance of a work, such as theater work, film, dance, or musical composition. Raymond F. Betts attributes the introduction of the film premiere to Sid Grauman.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Larry Wilmore:

    People say, 'Are you going to be ready?' that's irrelevant. Monday night is premiere night. It's coming whether I like it or not.

  2. Actor Dean Cain:

    If he’s going to be a man of his word and stick to calling them murderers, then he should have his premiere without them, and let’s see how they work out.

  3. Chuck Lorre:

    And it coincides with the premiere of ‘Star Wars,’ which is something else that is really important to him. So there is a little bit of a dilemma in the episode: Amy or ‘Star Wars?’.

  4. Nick Shymansky:

    (It's) very surreal, very awkward (to be at the premiere), but (it's) also a moment to be pleased that people are talking about her in the right light and people are thinking about her in the right way.

  5. Dick Cheney:

    This is a totally radical regime that is the premiere sponsor of state terrorism in the world, and Obama’s about to give them nuclear weapons, it’s, I can’t think of a more terrible burden to leave the next president than what Obama is creating here.

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