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A Prelude To Something ( an introduction to something else which will happen ... )

"A Prelude To Something"

A prelude to that thing is a big introduction to it.

Example: "Everything we did that evening was a prelude to a kiss."

Example: "All of those smaller parties will be a prelude to the bigger wedding party."

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