- Rehearsal Re*hears"al (r?*h?rs"a), n.
The act of rehearsing; recital; narration; repetition;
specifically, a private recital, performance, or season of
practice, in preparation for a public exhibition or exercise.
In rehearsal of our Lord's Prayer. --Hooker. [1913 Webster]
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.
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rehearsal — [ri hʉr′səl] n. [ME rehersaille: see REHEARSE & AL] 1. the act of rehearsing, reciting, or recounting [a rehearsal of her troubles] 2. a drilling or repeating for practice before future performance 3. a) a practice performance of a play, concert … English World dictionary
rehearsal — late 14c., вЂњrestatement,вЂќ from REHEARSE (Cf. rehearse) + AL (Cf. al). Sense in theater and music is from 1570s. Rehearsal dinner attested by 1953 … Etymology dictionary
rehearsal — index discipline (training), preparation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
rehearsal — [n] preparation for performance call, description, drill, dry run*, experiment, going over, practice, practice session, prep*, reading, readying, recital, recitation, recounting, rehearsing, relation, retelling, run through, shakedown*, test… … New thesaurus
rehearsal — ► NOUN 1) a trial performance of a play or other work for later public performance. 2) the action or process of rehearsing … English terms dictionary
rehearsal — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ dress ▪ a dress rehearsal for a Broadway play ▪ wedding ▪ I attended my friend s wedding rehearsal. ▪ band, choir … Collocations dictionary
Rehearsal — For other uses, see Rehearsal (disambiguation) or Dress rehearsal (disambiguation) Dress rehearsal of The Mikado, 1885 A rehearsal is a preparatory event in music and theatre (and in other contexts) that is performed before the official public… … Wikipedia
rehearsal — n. 1) to conduct, hold; schedule a rehearsal 2) a dress, final rehearsal 3) a rehearsal for 4) at a rehearsal (I ll see you at the dress rehearsal) * * * [rɪ hɜːs(ə)l] final rehearsal hold schedule a rehearsal a dress a rehearsal for to conduct … Combinatory dictionary
rehearsal — re|hears|al [rıˈhə:səl US ə:r ] n 1.) [U and C] a time when all the people in a play, concert etc practise before a public performance rehearsal for/of ▪ a rehearsal for Romeo and Juliet in rehearsal ▪ The dialogue was worked out by actors in… … Dictionary of contemporary English
rehearsal — [[t]rɪhɜ͟ː(r)s(ə)l[/t]] rehearsals 1) N VAR: oft N for/of n A rehearsal of a play, dance, or piece of music is a practice of it in preparation for a performance. → See also dress rehearsal The band was scheduled to begin rehearsals for a concert… … English dictionary