a session of exercise, drill, or practice, usually private, in preparation for a public performance, ceremony, etc.:
a play rehearsal; a wedding rehearsal.
the act of rehearsing.
a repeating or relating:
a rehearsal of grievances.
a session of practising a play, concert, speech etc, in preparation for public performance the act of reciting
the act of going through or recounting; recital: rehearsal of his own virtues was his usual occupation
in rehearsal, being prepared for public performance
rehearsal re·hears·al (rĭ-hûr’səl)
The process of repeating information, such as a name or a list of words, in order to remember it.
verb (used with object), rehearsed, rehearsing. 1. to practice (a musical composition, a play, a speech, etc.) in private prior to a public presentation. 2. to drill or train (an actor, musician, etc.) by rehearsal, as for some performance or part. 3. to relate the facts or particulars of; recount. verb (used without object), rehearsed, […]
noun 1. the state of a body perceived as having or generating a relatively high degree of warmth. 2. the condition or quality of being hot: the heat of an oven. 3. the degree of hotness; temperature: moderate heat. 4. the sensation of warmth or hotness: unpleasant heat. 5. a bodily temperature higher than normal: […]
noun 1. any of various apparatus for heating, especially for heating water or the air in a room. 2. Electronics. the element of a vacuum tube that carries the current for heating a cathode. 3. Slang. a pistol, revolver, or other firearm. noun 1. any device for supplying heat, such as a hot-air blower, radiator, […]
noun 1. heating again. 2. Aeronautics. a process in certain turbojet engines in which gases are expanded by turbines after combustion, burned again in a second chamber, expanded again by additional turbines, and released through the exhaust nozzle.