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2.
Drinking prior to an event, usually a party, but often a college course or lecture.
In order to avoid the boredome of Prof. Nemitz's lecture again, we pregamed FME.
av CollegeBlows.com 3. mai 2003
 
1.
n. To drink before going to a party. This most often happens because they party where you are going to will be carding and you are under or because you want to drink something hard to start your night off. Often pregaming happens at the house and involves taking shots.
v. The act of partaking in a pregame.
1) We really need to pregame tonight before we go out.
2) I really pregamed heavily last night. I feel really sick now.
av herselfelf 17. mars 2004
 
3.
Verb: To drink alcoholic beverages prior to a social engagement to make it more enjoyable.
"Hey, you going to that dance on Friday?"
"Yeah, let's Pre-Game it."
av II Coo Fo Skoo 23. mars 2004
 
4.
Verb. To drink. Derived originally from tailgating before a sporting event such as a football game, it later became known as drinking before any gathering. It now refers simply to drinking, because any activity afterward is acceptable to drink for.
You: Dude, let's go out and shoot some pool.
Me: Naw I'm just gonna pregame and play some Nintendo, then go to bed.
You: What you pregaming for?
Me: Bed.
av Samson III 16. oktober 2005
 
5.
Drinking before one officially goes out to to either a club or other social gathering
"I got some beers in my house, so lets pre game there before going to the club."
 
6.
Invented by college students; it means drinking before going out to party, mostly to prevent oneself from spending too much on alcohol while out.
"what?? the drinks are $5 each? we shoulda pre-gamed..."

oh, we definitely have to pre-game tonight!
av psush_girl 22. november 2004
 
7.
Getting pissed at someone's crib and then going to a club or bar late in the night. The aim is to get as fucked as you can before having to pay $10 per drink while you are out.
"Let's pre game at mine before we go poppin' in the City."
av Diego 14. september 2003