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rehear (riːˈhɪə) 


verb (transitive)

  1. to hear (a sound) again
  2. (law) to hear (a case) again in a law court

Example Sentences Including 'rehear'

It had been unable to rehear the entire case because the women who made the complaints in the UK would not travel to Dublin.
Irish Times (2002)
You can review and rehear what you did from an objective position and learn and improve much more quickly.
O'Connor, Joseph & Seymour, John Training with N.L.P.


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