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rehearseverb [I/T]

 us   /rɪˈhɜrs/
to practice something, such as music or a speech, or lead a person or group in practicing it, in order to prepare for a public performance: [I] We rehearse all day and do the show that evening.
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rehearseverb

uk   /rəˈhɜːs/  us   /rəˈhɝːs/
C1 [I or T] to practise a play, a piece of music, etc. in order to prepare it for public performance: The musicians rehearsed (the symphony) for the concert.figurative On her way to her interview she silently rehearsed what she would say.
[T] formal When someone rehearses a story or an argument, they repeat it with all the details: These are arguments that I've heard rehearsed at meetings many times before.

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