Definición de rehearse en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /rɪˈhəːs/


[with object]
1Practise (a play, piece of music, or other work) for later public performance: we were rehearsing a radio play [no object]: she was rehearsing for her world tour
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They also visited the school where the play was rehearsed before the debut performance.
  • One day the orchestra was rehearsing a commissioned work.
  • Lines were learned hurriedly - in some cases only half-learned - songs and music were rehearsed until vocal chords and fingers were sore.
prepare, practise, try out, read through, sing through, walk through, run through/over, go over
North American informal run down
practise, have a practice session, prepare, have a trial performance, go through one's paces
1.1Supervise (a performer or group) during a rehearsal: he listened to Charlie rehearsing the band
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Her sister Doris had been employed to rehearse a group of dancing girls for a road show.
  • As the logistics of rehearsing a large group with electric instruments became increasingly difficult, Klein and Ford found themselves increasingly drawn to acoustic practices in the comfort of their living room.
  • Did you need a long time to rehearse your actors?
train, drill, prepare, coach, tutor, groom, put someone through their paces, teach, instruct, school, direct, guide, inculcate
1.2Mentally prepare or recite (words one intends to say): he had rehearsed a thousand fine phrases
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As she walking down the corridor, she rehearsed mentally the words she would say to him later.
  • He had been prepared for this and even mentally rehearsed such activities.
  • Thinking up answers and rehearsing them mentally, would give them a lot of confidence when going through the real event.
2State (a list of points that have been made many times before): criticisms of factory farming have been rehearsed often enough
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • My Lord, I do not propose to rehearse the arguments that were put forward by Mr Kovats and, indeed, that your Lordship has considered in the judgment.
  • I heartily agree and am consequently tempted to stop rehearsing the details of Beerbohm's life.
  • I don't want to rehearse my criticisms of his tactics or the failures of his deplorable regime during the Oslo negotiations and thereafter.
enumerate, list, itemize, detail, spell out, set out, present, specify, name, give, describe, delineate, catalogue, recite, rattle off;
restate, repeat, reiterate, recapitulate, recount, go over, run through, review
informal recap



Pronunciación: /rɪˈhəːsə/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He is a dedicated rehearser, enjoying the long sessions as much if not more than performances.


Middle English (in the sense 'repeat aloud'): from Old French rehercier, perhaps from re- 'again' + hercer 'to harrow', from herse 'harrow' (see hearse).

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Saltos de línea: re|hearse

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