Definition of prequel
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|Definitions include: interjection of displeasure.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "real soon now."|
|Definitions include: angry or annoyed. Origin: possibly British.|
|Definitions include: see pitch.|
|Definitions include: a list of people one is angry with.|
|Definitions include: "pretty" as in "quite" but not as in "attractive".|
|Definitions include: something displeasing.|
|Definitions include: to take advantage of one's influence to get something done.|
|Definitions include: for lots of something to be one's responsibility.|
|Definitions include: the roasting of cosplayers over an open fire.|
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