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rehearse

To practice or repeat an action, emotion, operation, phrase, or thought to attain mastery of it.
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After waiting for about an hour- anda- half, he did go up on the stage but he was in no mood to rehearse and called it a day soon.
Each cast rehearses simultaneously -- two casts at the theatre, the other two at another location.
In preparing the role of Odette/Odile, Roper is worried that she won't have enough rehearsal time "Artur and I will rehearse very hard not just on the technique and artistry, but also on 'performing' the piece as much as possible in the studio.
Singers from Covent Garden will rehearse the main roles, accompanied by an orchestra conducted by Lesley Anne's husband Alistair, an established musical director and opera coach, who has worked with Opera North and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa this year.
Rehearse by "semi-retiring," Retiring from a career is often more difficult than people realize.
Local police agencies should establish and rehearse a mutual aid plan to ensure the use of the same response procedures.
We rehearse it in the pre-game warm-up to make the players feel at ease with it.
New Music Software Improves Skills and Increases Confidence by Making it Easy to Compose, Rehearse, Perform
TUNEFUL: Michael Williams from The Drifters, right, pops into Pinehurst Primary, Anfield, to rehearse with pupils before they perform at the Empire
PACKED will see united tomorrow All three choirs rehearse on different nights and so far they've managed to avoid clashing on concert dates.
His role as Calvin Valentine in the Merseyside soap means he will have less time to rehearse.