US: /ɹiˈhɝsəɫ/, /ɹɪˈhɝsəɫ/
English Vietnamese dictionary
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Advanced English dictionary
1 [C, U] time that is spent practising a play or piece of music in preparation for a public performance: to have / hold a rehearsal + We only had six days of rehearsal. + Our new production of 'Hamlet' is currently in rehearsal. + a rehearsal room + The leading man broke his leg in the middle of rehearsals.
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2 [C, usually sing.] ~ (for sth) an experience or event that helps to prepare you for sth that is going to happen in the future: These training exercises are designed to be a rehearsal for the invasion. + Life is not a rehearsal.
3 [C, usually sing.] ~ of sth (formal) the act of repeating sth that has been said before: We listened to his lengthy rehearsal of the arguments.
1 practice, exercise, dry run, drill, run-through, read-through, dress rehearsal, Technical undress rehearsal:
Is there a rehearsal of the school play scheduled for tonight?
2 narration, recounting, relation, recital, telling, description, enumeration, account, repetition, repeat:
Do we have to listen to yet another rehearsal of your great-uncle's exploits in the war?
VERB + REHEARSAL
do, have, hold
We only had one full rehearsal.
| attend, go to
REHEARSAL + VERB
take place | go
How did the rehearsal go?
REHEARSAL + NOUN
room, space, studio | time
at (a/the) ~
He apologized for his outburst at rehearsal.
| during (a/the) ~
During the dress rehearsal she suddenly forgot her lines.
| in ~
They're performing every night and they have another production in rehearsal.
| ~ for
rehearsals for ‘Romeo and Juliet’
| ~ of
a rehearsal of the final scene
Concise English dictionary
+a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert)
+(psychology) a form of practice; repetition of information (silently or aloud) in order to keep it in short-term memory