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pre-party

noun; derivation
1. a gathering to drink and collect people before moving on to a larger party 2. an earlier private party that will end in early so that attendees can go on to a larger party Possible reasons used: Although this may seem to just refer to the events occurring before a party, it has been used for so long that it denotes a specific event before the party. It has become a noun and is actually a party which many people enjoy attending. It may just be an earlier party, and thus, it is useful to have a word to describe the time and nature of the party
 
We’re going to the pre-party on second before we head over to NOD.
Etymology : ‘pre’ + ‘party’
Source : roommate
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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