|Origin:||rehercier, from herce 'farm tool for breaking up soil'; HEARSE|
1 [intransitive and transitive]AMAP
to practise or make people practise something such as a play or concert in order to prepare for a public performance:
I think we need to rehearse the first scene again.
The band was rehearsing for their world tour.
to practise something that you plan to say to someone:
She had carefully rehearsed her resignation speech.
3 [transitive] formal
to repeat an opinion that has often been expressed before