preshrunk

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preshrunk

(of fabrics, garments, etc.) having undergone a shrinking process during manufacture so that further shrinkage will not occur

preshrunk

[prē′shrəŋk]
(textiles)
Pertaining to a fabric that has been shrunk during manufacture in order to minimize later shrinkage.

preshrunk

1. Descriptive of concrete which has been mixed for a short period in a stationary mixer before being transferred to a transit mixer.
2. Descriptive of grout, mortar, or concrete that has been mixed 1 to 3 hr before placing to reduce shrinkage during hardening.