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rehearsal 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/riˈhərsəl/,
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rehearsals, plural;
  1. A practice or trial performance of a play or other work for later public performance
    • - rehearsals for the opera season
  2. The action or process of rehearsing
    • - I've had two weeks in rehearsal
    • - a rehearsal room

  1. a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert); "he missed too many rehearsals"; "a rehearsal will be held the day before the wedding"
  2. (psychology) a form of practice; repetition of information (silently or aloud) in order to keep it in short-term memory
  3. (rehearse) engage in a rehearsal (of)
  4. A rehearsal is a preparatory event in music and theatre (and in other contexts) that is performed before the official public performance, as a form of practice, and to ensure that all details of the performance are adequately prepared and coordinated for professional presentation.
  5. # "Trapped" – 2:51 # "One Last Time" – 2:59 # "Metal Up Your Ass" – 9:58 # "Season in the Abyss" – 6:17 # "Black Sabbath" – 2:22 # "A Perfect Murder" – 2:32
  6. The Rehearsal (Gr. I Dokimi)is a 1974 film produced by Jules Dassin that is a cinemagraphic indictment of the Greek junta of 1967-1974.
  7. The Rehearsal is the debut novel by Eleanor Catton. It was released by Victoria University Press in New Zealand in 2008. The Rehearsal was later bought by Granta Books in the UK and released there in July 2009.
  8. The Rehearsal was a satirical play aimed specifically at John Dryden and generally at the sententious and overly ambitious theater of the Restoration tragedy. The play was staged in 1671 and published anonymously in 1672, but it is certainly by George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham and others. ...
  9. the practicing of something which is to be performed before an audience, usually to test or improve the interaction between several participating people, or to allow technical adjustments with respect to staging to be done
  10. (rehearse) To repeat, as what has been already said; to tell over again; to recite; To narrate; to relate; to tell; To practice by recitation or repetition in private for experiment and improvement, prior to a public representation; as, to rehearse a tragedy; To cause to rehearse; to instruct by ...
  11. (Rehearse) Your brain uses several levels of memory. New things will traverse theses levels from short term to long term memory one after the other. Yet this will only happen if something is needed often. So to keep it in your memory you have to rehearse again and again.
  12. The act of repeating information verbally or mentally in order to retain it better.
  13. refers to the place in a lesson where learners get to practise what they've learned (in a variety of ways)
  14. Time used by band geeks to forget anything learned during practice.
  15. Practice sessions in which the actors and technicians prepare for public performance through repetition.
  16. Organized group practice of band (or other) music as, "When asked on his 95th birthday what he still looked forward to, the conductor Leopold Stokowski replied, "The next rehearsal!"."
  17. formal practice; usually in preparation for a performance.
  18. The process of practising the play until it is ready.
  19. The actors are given an opportunity to run through the scene before the camera rolls. Sometimes the director will ask for it to be taped, but it’s a little more informal and isn’t considered an actual take.
  20. The process of making ready a play or presentation by repetition and exploration.
  21. The director and the actors need time to work through the script before shooting starts. This is to actually learn the material, explore sub-text, unconscious motivations and drives and to begin to create authentic performances.
  22. The process of practicing a plan before actual execution. Rehearsals assist units in clarifying the scheme of maneuver, synchronizing the battlefield operating systems, orienting subordinates to the positions and actions of other units, and practicing any possible branches and sequels from the ...
  23. The learning of the show by the cast and crew before public performance.
  24. Another starting point for wordlists might be a situation you’ll find yourself in. Think about what you might want to say and what words or phrases you’re missing. For instance buying a train ticket. Meeting your girlfriends/boyfriends parents. Meeting friends. Talking about your family. ...
  25. (n): a private practice of drama, music etc, before performance in public