Definition of under-rehearsed in English:

under-rehearsed

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adjective

(Of a performance or performer) insufficiently rehearsed.
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  • It is under-rehearsed and the performers are nervous.
  • Performances lack focus and the cast are conspicuously under-rehearsed.
  • Although the first performance was an under-rehearsed disaster, the work became a great success with the new music scene.

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