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"Prepone"Prepone is a great word - it's the opposite of "postpone"postpone. I was wondering ifWhen you prepone a meeting, you change its scheduled time so that it was beginning to spread around the world at alloccurs sooner than originally planned. Has his usage spread beyond India? Would other English speakers understand it?

"Prepone" is a great word - it's the opposite of "postpone". I was wondering if it was beginning to spread around the world at all.

Prepone is a great word - it's the opposite of postpone. When you prepone a meeting, you change its scheduled time so that it occurs sooner than originally planned. Has his usage spread beyond India? Would other English speakers understand it?

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