rehearsalnoun [ C or U ]uk /rəˈhɜː.səl/ us /rəˈhɝː.səl/
- She hasn't learned her lines yet, and we've got our first rehearsal tomorrow.
- The dancers were dripping with sweat after a morning's rehearsal.
- We whizzed through the rehearsal, so that we'd be finished by lunchtime.
- I've got a rehearsal tonight.
- The play is currently in rehearsal.