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pre-emptverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌpriːˈempt/
to do or say something before someone so that you make their words or actions unnecessary or not effective: The minister held a press conference in order to pre-empt criticism in the newspapers. US to replace one television programme with another, usually more important one: All the networks pre-empted their regular schedules to broadcast news of the hijacking.
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