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vjachimowicz commented on the word prepone
Prepone is an antonym for postpone. It refers to holding an event earlier than planned."We had to prepone the baby shower when Mary was put on bed rest."
July 9, 2009
mt commented on the word prepone
To reschedule to an earlier time; opposite of postpone. It is commonly used in India, but not in U.S.
June 9, 2009
misterpolly commented on the word prepone
So what you get would be a preposition and what you do would be a preponement?
February 5, 2008
sonofgroucho commented on the word prepone
Quite logical, really!
February 4, 2008
bilby commented on the word prepone
In India, prepone means to bring something forward, ie. antonym of postpone.