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He is planning to host his own premiere next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Well, it is hard to turn down an invite to a royal premiere. The Sun (2016)I've rarely attended a premiere that felt so pointless. Times, Sunday Times (2017)In July 2010 she was invited back to attend the premiere. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The first series will premiere next year and the agreement is thought to include global resale rights. The Sun (2015)The premiere of the play is no less etched in her memory. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Prison bosses launched a probe after a secret recording of his voice was played at the premiere. The Sun (2009)The night of the premiere performance drew near. Times, Sunday Times (2007) The premiere was given in the presence of the composer and an archive recording of the performance was made. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Are you looking forward to your very own movie premiere in London next week? The Sun (2013)The company returns with two British premieres. Times, Sunday Times (2013)ITV will premiere the video next month. The Sun (2011) FILM premieres are usually glittering red carpet affairs. The Sun (2010)Somewhere in the sea of people attending the Race premiere is a man who intends to change all that. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The premiere is next month. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One of her roles was to design the glamorous costumes that the studio's film stars would wear to premieres and film festivals. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The last time I saw him we were at the premiere for the film and all hung out. The Sun (2014)The summertime visit to Liverpool for the film premiere was just that -- a visit. READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)She was in New York attending the premiere of a film she directed but all attention was on her feet. The Sun (2008)The two friends had not seen each other for some time when they met at a film premiere in Mexico City. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE actor missed a film premiere in Edinburgh in June after going down the pub instead. The Sun (2014)Of four premieres I attended in the past few days, the grandest was the least. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: premiere /ˈprɛmɪˌɛə; ˈprɛmɪə/ NOUN
The premiere of a new play or film is the first public performance of it.
...last week's premiere of his new film.
- American English: premiere
- Arabic: لَيْلَةُ الإفْتِتَاح
- Brazilian Portuguese: estreia
- Chinese: 初次公演
- Croatian: premijera
- Czech: premiéra
- Danish: premiere
- Dutch: première
- European Spanish: premiere
- Finnish: ensi-ilta
- French: première
- German: Premiere
- Greek: πρεμιέρα
- Italian: prima spettacolo
- Japanese: 初演
- Korean: 첫 공연
- Norwegian: premiere
- Polish: premiera
- European Portuguese: estreia
- Romanian: premieră
- Russian: премьера
- Spanish: primer ministro
- Swedish: premiär
- Thai: อันดับหนึ่ง
- Turkish: gala
- Ukrainian: прем'єра
- Vietnamese: buổi chiếu ra mắt
British English: premiere VERB
When a film or show premieres or is premiered, it is shown to an audience for the first time.
The documentary premiered at the film festival.
They premiered two new songs.
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