(動詞) 事先對某事做出回應。亦寫成 pre-spond。
We know we are a generous, compassionate nation that will come together to aid communities that are suffering. Let's come together to make smarter choices about how we respond — and prespond — to disasters as well.
—Ryan Alexander, "How to Pay For Disaster Relief," U.S. News & World Report, May 22, 2013
Let me attempt to "prespond" — a new word for anticipatory response — to potential defenses of voter ignorance.
—Ken Herman, "Herman: How's a voter to know" (subscription required), Austin American-Statesman (Texas), September 17, 2014