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premiere

noun [C] ( also première)  /prɪmˈjeər, prɪˈmɪər/ us  
the first public showing of a play, opera, movie, television program, or other entertainment: The season premieres of two of my favorite TV shows are on Wednesday.
premiere
verb [I]  /prɪmˈjeər, prɪˈmɪər/ us  
The three-part BBC program will premiere in the United States on the Discovery Channel on Sunday.
Translations of “premiere”
in Russian премьера…
in Turkish ilk gösterim, gala, prömiyer…
in Polish premiera…
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