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preacquaint (verb), preacquaints; preacquainted; preacquainting
1. To make it possible for someone to know or to become familiar with something or a person in advance or beforehand: Before her job interview, Jill reacquainted herself with many of the company's policies.
2. Etymology: from Latin pre-, "before, before hand" + accognitare "to make known."
This entry is located in the following units: pre-, prae- (page 1) quaint- + (page 1)