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A bit previous

Posted by George Henry Dumble on October 31, 2007

What is the meaning, and is there an origin of the phrase... "being a bit previous"? I understood this to mean something like "being a bit cheeky presumptuous" and for some unknown reason thought it was of Yorkshire origin. Can anyone elucidate?