premiere Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"premiere" in British English

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premierenoun [C]

uk   /ˈprem.i.eər/  us   /prɪˈmɪr/
the first ​publicperformance of a ​play or any other ​type of ​entertainment: The world premiere of the ​opera will be at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York.
premiere
verb [T] uk   us  
The ​play was premiered in New York.
(Definition of premiere from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"premiere" in American English

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premierenoun [C]

(also première)  us   /prɪmˈjeər, prɪˈmɪər/
the first ​publicshowing of a ​play, ​opera, ​movie, ​televisionprogram, or other ​entertainment: The ​season premieres of two of my ​favorite TV ​shows are on ​Wednesday.
premiere
verb [I]  us   /prɪmˈjeər, prɪˈmɪər/
The three-part BBC ​program will premiere in the ​UnitedStates on the Discovery Channel on ​Sunday.
(Definition of premiere from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “premiere”
in Turkish ilk gösterim, gala, prömiyer…
in Russian премьера…
in Polish premiera…
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