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"preset" in British English

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presetverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌpriːˈset/ (present participle presetting, past tense and past participle preset)
to ​prepare a ​machine so it will ​operate or ​stoplater: [+ to infinitive] I'll preset the ​oven to come on at 5 p.m. to ​arrange for or ​agree to something: The ​agenda for the ​meeting has been preset.

presetadjective

uk   us   /ˈpriː.set/
arranged, ​agreed, or ​chosenearlier: We have a ​device which ​switches the ​lights on at a preset ​time in the ​evening. The ​stock will be ​sold at a preset ​price. relating to ​part of a ​machine that is used to ​prepare it to ​operate or ​stoplater: Press and ​hold the numeric preset ​button.
(Definition of preset from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"preset" in Business English

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presetverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌpriːˈset/ (presetting, preset, preset)
to prepare a ​piece of ​equipment to ​start or ​stopoperating at a particular ​time: preset sth to sth I have preset the recorder to ​start at 3 pm.
to ​arrange for something to ​happen in the future : The ​agenda for the ​meeting has been preset.

presetnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈpriːset/
a ​position that can be set using the ​controls of a ​piece of ​equipment: The ​remote can be used to playback or ​record any of the presets ​available on each ​station.
(Definition of preset from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “preset”
in Chinese (Simplified) 预调,预置,给…预定时间, 预先安排…
in Chinese (Traditional) 預設,預置,給…預定時間, 預先安排…
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