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Dry Run

The phrase ‘Dry Run’ is used to discuss a rehearsal, test, or experiment of some kind.

Example of Use: “We did a dry run of our presentation before showing the trainees.”

Interesting fact about Dry Run

The term 'dry run' originated in the world of firefighting, in which firemen would have speed competitions or give demonstrations without carrying water.

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