Definition of sing-through in English:

sing-through

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noun

An initial rehearsal of an opera or musical at which performers sing their parts from printed musical scores.
More example sentences
  • The cast and crew invited friends and family to what was supposed to be a sing-through with the cast seated at tables onstage.
  • After lunch at Mum's, we went to a sing-through of "The Hive", an opera by Nick Vines.
  • We had a sing-through of sorts with the band last night.

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