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re·hears·al

 (rĭ-hûr′səl)
n.
1. The act of practicing in preparation for a public performance.
2. A session of practice for a performance, as of a play.
3. A detailed enumeration or repetition: a long rehearsal of his woes.
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rehearsal

(rɪˈhɜːsəl)
n
1. a session of practising a play, concert, speech etc, in preparation for public performance
2. the act of going through or recounting; recital: rehearsal of his own virtues was his usual occupation.
3. (Theatre) in rehearsal being prepared for public performance
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re•hears•al

(rɪˈhɜr səl)

n.
1. a usu. private session of exercise, drill, or practice for a public performance, ceremony, etc.
2. the act of rehearsing.
3. a repeating or relating: a rehearsal of grievances.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rehearsal - a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert)rehearsal - a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert); "he missed too many rehearsals"; "a rehearsal will be held the day before the wedding"
practice session, practice, drill, exercise, recitation - systematic training by multiple repetitions; "practice makes perfect"
dress rehearsal - a full uninterrupted rehearsal in costumes shortly before the first performance
run-through - an uninterrupted rehearsal
walk-through - a first perfunctory rehearsal of a theatrical production in which actors read their lines from the script and move as directed
concert - a performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging
2.rehearsal - (psychology) a form of practice; repetition of information (silently or aloud) in order to keep it in short-term memory
practice session, practice, drill, exercise, recitation - systematic training by multiple repetitions; "practice makes perfect"
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
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rehearsal

noun practice, rehearsing, practice session, run-through, reading, preparation, drill, going-over (informal) The band was set to begin rehearsals for a concert tour.
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rehearsal

noun
Repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill:
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Translations
تَجْرِبة تَمْثيل، بروفَه، تَدَرُّبتَدَرُّب
zkouškanácvik
prøve
harjoitus
proba
próba
æfing
リハーサル
예행 연습
nácvik
skušnja
repetition
การฝึกซ้อม
provaprova yapma/etme
sự diễn tập

rehearsal

[rɪˈhɜːsəl] N (Mus, Theat) → ensayo m; (= enumeration) → enumeración f, repetición f
it was just a rehearsal for bigger things to comefue como un ensayo para las empresas mayores que vendrían después
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rehearsal

[rɪˈhɜːrsəl] n (for show, performance, dance)répétition f
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rehearsal

n
(Theat, Mus) → Probe f; the play is in rehearsaldas Stück wird geprobt
(= recital: of facts) → Aufzählung f
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rehearsal

[rɪˈhɜːsl] nprova
dress rehearsal → prova generale
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rehearse

(rəˈhəːs) verb
to practise (a play, piece of music etc) before performing it in front of an audience. You must rehearse the scene again.
reˈhearsal noun
1. the act of rehearsing.
2. a performance done for practice. I want the whole cast at tonight's rehearsal.
dress rehearsal
a final rehearsal (of a play, opera etc) in which the actors or singers wear their costumes etc.
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rehearsal

تَدَرُّب zkouška prøve Probe πρόβα ensayo harjoitus répétition proba prova リハーサル 예행 연습 repetitie øvelse próba ensaio репетиция repetition การฝึกซ้อม prova sự diễn tập 排演
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