ymarfer, hymarferymarfer, ymarferasech, ymarfera’, ymarferaf, ymarferai, ymarferais, ymarferaist, ymarferan, ymarferant, ymarferasai, ymarferasant, ymarferych, ymarferent, ymarferasent, ymarferasid, ymarferasit, ymarferasoch, ymarferasom, ymarferaswn, ymarferech, ymarfered, ymarferem, ymarferen, ymarfero, ymarferer, ymarferes, ymarferest, ymarferet, ymarferi, ymarferid, ymarferiff, ymarferir, ymarferith, ymarferasem, ymarferoch, ymarferodd, ymarferom, ymarferon, ymarferont, ymarferwch, ymarferwn, ymarferwyd, ymarferwyf
- ymarferymarferyn ymarferymarfer
Verb(1) engage in a rehearsal (of
(1) Did you need a long time to rehearse your actors?(2) Then, at 2 o'clock, everyone else comes in, and we rehearse the ensemble music until 5 o'clock, sometimes six.(3) This is not the place to rehearse in detail the enormous changes that modernity has brought to human life.(4) There's little need to rehearse the points in detail.(5) You rehearse the works for so long that you can explore the nuances and feel really at home in those ballets.(6) Mentally rehearse how you will deliver the news.(7) It is unnecessary to rehearse the details of the case against him.(8) It was bad news, though, to hear that this production gave itself under two weeks to cast and rehearse the two plays.(9) I do not propose to rehearse in detail all those matters which I have identified earlier in this judgment as tending to the rejection of the Applications.(10) I wasn't sure I was really articulating my reasons properly, but it was the best I could do without having the chance to rehearse my words.(11) I don't want to rehearse my criticisms of his tactics or the failures of his deplorable regime during the Oslo negotiations and thereafter.(12) Mentally rehearse difficult situations in which you imagine yourself as successful.(13) He would like to have a little more time to rehearse each play.(14) I do not intend to rehearse every argument again in detail.(15) My Lord, I do not propose to rehearse the arguments again.(16) I need not rehearse the detail of each such attempt, but I refer to one which is independently verified as an example of what has occurred.
1. prepare ::
2. train ::
3. enumerate ::
4. practice ::
Different Formsrehearse, rehearsed, rehearses, rehearsing
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