dry run

NOUN
  1. a practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert)
    a rehearsal will be held the day before the wedding
    he missed too many rehearsals
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How To Use dry run In A Sentence

  • The competition is planned as a dry run for the World Cup finals.
  • Both the parties are treating the local elections as a dry run.
  • The competition is planned as a dry run for the World Cup finals.
  • Firstly it was a ‘dry run’, attacking a largely abandoned site in a quick in-and-out operation that would serve as a learning exercise for bigger raids to come.
  • The competition is planned as a dry run for the World Cup finals.
  • It threw a spotlight on rumours and warnings of terrorists carrying out ‘dry runs’ for future hijackings.
  • Representative Spallone has indicated that he will push for passage this term, and would like to implement EDR this year in time for the municipal elections, as adry run before a statewide and congressional election year. Connecticut Local Politics
  • SANCHEZ (voice-over): If ever there's been an appropriate use of the term dry run, this is it. CNN Transcript Sep 25, 2009
  • The competition is planned as a dry run for the World Cup finals.
  • Pumps do not tolerate dry running.
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