Word: practice

Category: practice

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Synonyms: practice

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Translations: practice

spanish
entrenamiento, practicar, práctica, ejercicio


german
routine, praxis, gepflogenheit, gebrauch, übung, ...

french
expérience, usage, coutume, clientèle, habitude, ...

italian
applicazione, praticare, esercitare, pratica, esercitazione

portuguese
prática, praticar, exercício, prático

dutch
doorvoeren, aanwenden

russian
привычка, свершение, упражнение, практика, тренировка, ...

norwegian
øvelse

swedish
praktik, vana, övning

finnish
treenata, käytäntö, harjoittelu, harjoitella

danish
praksis

czech
cvik, nácvik, cvičení, obyčej, praktický, ...

polish
wyrobienie, zwyczaj, wprawa, praktykować, ordynować, ...

hungarian
pacientúra, trenírozás, praxis, gyakorlás

greek
άσκηση, πρακτική

ukrainian
фактично, майже, практично

bulgarian
практика

estonian
harjutama, tegutsema, harjutamine

croatian
prakse, vježbanje, praksom, postupak, praksa

icelandic
reynsla

lithuanian
praktika, įprotis

latvian
paradums, prakse

romanian
practică, obicei, practica

slovenian
praže

slovak
cvičení, praxe

Popularity stats: practice

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": practice

noun
  • the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or use.
  • repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it.

verb
  • perform (an activity) or exercise (a skill) repeatedly or regularly in order to improve or maintain one's proficiency.
  • carry out or perform (a particular activity, method, or custom) habitually or regularly.

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