Rehearse - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈhɜːrs|  American pronunciation of the word rehearse
Brit.  |rɪˈhəːs|  British pronunciation of the word rehearse


- engage in a rehearsal (of) (syn: practice, practise)


The orchestra is rehearsing a piece by Schumann.

The band stayed up late rehearsing for the big show.

We were allowed to watch the director rehearse the dancers.

He rehearsed his dance moves in front of the mirror.

Let us rehearse a waltz.

I think we need to rehearse the first scene again.

The band was rehearsing for their world tour.

She had carefully rehearsed her resignation speech.

Good gymnasts rehearse their moves mentally before a competition.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: rehearse
he/she/it: rehearses
present participle: rehearsing
past tense: rehearsed
past participle: rehearsed
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