Definitions for pretestˈpriˌtɛst; priˈtɛst

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

pre•testˈpriˌtɛst; priˈtɛst(n.; v.)

  1. an advance or preliminary testing or trial, as of a new product.

  2. a test given to determine if students are sufficiently prepared to begin a new course of study.

  3. a test taken for practice.

  4. (v.t.)to give a pretest to.

  5. (v.i.)to conduct a pretest.

Origin of pretest:

1945–50

Wiktionary

  1. pretest(Noun)

    A preliminary test, given in advance of instruction of evaluation.

  2. pretest(Verb)

    To administer a pretest to.

  3. pretest(Verb)

    To carry out a pretest.

  4. Origin: pre- + test

Freebase

  1. Pretest

    Pretest is an album by progressive rock band Dysrhythmia. It is their third full-length overall and their first release on Relapse Records.

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