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run-throughnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈrʌn.θruː/
the activity of performing or playing something from beginning to end in order to practise it: We've got time for one more run-through before the concert.
Translations of “run-through”
in Chinese (Traditional) 練習, 排練, 排演…
in Chinese (Simplified) 练习, 排练, 排演…
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