Definition of pre-admission in English:

pre-admission

noun

  • Originally: specifically the admission of a certain amount of steam into the cylinder of a steam engine before the end of the inward piston stroke. Later more generally: admission beforehand.

adjective

  • Prior to admission (to a university, hospital, etc.).

Origin

Mid 19th century. From pre- + admission.

Pronunciation

pre-admission

/ˌpriːədˈmɪʃn/