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Spanish translation of “rehearse”

rehearse

verb /rəˈhəːs/
to practise (a play, piece of music etc) before performing it in front of an audience
ensayar
You must rehearse the scene again.
rehearsal noun the act of rehearsing.
ensayo
a performance done for practice
ensayo
I want the whole cast at tonight’s rehearsal.
dress rehearsal noun a final rehearsal (of a play, opera etc ) in which the actors or singers wear their costumes etc.
ensayo general
(Definition of rehearse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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