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Practice

Pronunciation of Practice
/pɹˈaktɪs/, /pɹˈaktɪs/, /p_ɹ_ˈa_k_t_ɪ_s/

Synonyms for practice

action (noun)

action, activity, behavior, conduct, deed, effort, endeavor, enterprise, exercise, labor, motion, movement, operation, performance.

application (noun)

application, conduct, employment, exercise, exertion, function, operation, service, usage, use, utility, utilization.

behavior (noun)

air, bearing, behavior, carriage, comportment, conduct, countenance, demeanor, deportment, guise, manner, method, procedure, tactics, way.

business (noun)

activity, affair, assignment, barter, business, calling, career, commerce, commission, company, concern, consortium, corporation, employment, enterprise, establishment, exchange, firm, holding, industry, interest, job, labor, livelihood, management, market, merchant, negotiation, occupation, partnership, position, posting, profession, proprietorship, retailing, selling, service, situation, specialty, station, trade, transaction, venture, vocation, busy work.

experience (noun)

background, competence, experience, proficiency, savoir-faire, sophistication, wisdom, wit.

Sense 1 (noun)

custom, discharge, execution, habit, prosecution, pursuit, tradition, wont.

Sense 2 (noun)

appeal, case, class action, committal, court, court-martial, dissent, fashion, mode, system.

Sense 3 (noun)

admit, bedside manner, certify, confine, cure, diagnose, discipline, doctor, examine, iteration, preparation, rehearsal, repetition, study, training, caseload.

Sense 4 (noun)

authenticator, bookseller, brokerage, caterer, clientele, concessionaire, constructor, consultancy, automaker, collection agency, clearinghouse.

Sense 5 (noun)

believe, follow, profess, train, be/feel called to do something, get religion.

Sense 6 (noun)

bring back, continue, pursue, renew, repeat, replay, reproduce, rerun, resume, retry, come back to.

Sense 7 (noun)

actuate, brush up, dress rehearsal, exploit, go over, used, run-through, walk through, dummy run.

Sense 8 (noun)

institution, legacy, manners, mores, trick or treat, local color.

Sense 9 (noun)

have an eye for, be able to do something, be a past master at doing something, be no slouch, can do something in your sleep, have a flair for something, have a genius for (doing) something, have a magic touch, have/get something down to a fine art.

action (noun)

action, activity, behavior, deed, effort, endeavor, enterprise, exercise, labor, motion, movement, operation, performance.

application (noun)

appliance, application, appositeness, employment, exercising, exertion, function, germaneness, pertinence, play, purpose, relevance, usage, usance, use, utility, utilization, value.

assignment (noun)

appointment, beat, charge, chore, commission, duty, job, mission, position, post, stint.

behavior (noun)

air, bearing, carriage, comportment, countenance, demeanor, deportment, guise, manner, method, procedure, tactics, way.

business (noun)

affair, assignment, barter, business, calling, career, commerce, commission, company, concern, consortium, corporation, employment, establishment, exchange, firm, holding, industry, interest, job, livelihood, management, market, merchant, negotiation, occupation, partnership, position, posting, profession, proprietorship, retailing, selling, service, situation, specialty, station, trade, transaction, venture, vocation, busy work.

experience (noun)

background, competence, experience, proficiency, savoir-faire, sophistication, wisdom, wit.

fashion (noun)

vogue.

instruction (noun)

matriculation.

practice (noun)

action, apply, assignment, background, career, convention, custom, discipline, drill, drilling, effect, exercise, experience, fashion, form, habit, habitude, homework, iteration, manner, method, mode, operation, pattern, practice session, practise, praxis, preparation, proceeding, process, profession, recitation, recounting, rehearsal, rehearse, repetition, rule, seasoning, study, system, tradition, training, trick, usage, use, usefulness, utility, vocation, way, wont, work, Relating, Convenance, Clients, Patients, DO, prepping, tune-up, work-out.

act (verb)

accomplish, achieve, begin, carry out, consummate, cook, create, develop, enforce, go about, intrude, labor, maneuver, move, officiate, operate, perpetrate, persevere, persist, practice, preside, respond, serve, take effect, take part, undertake, take up, knock off, go for broke, go in for, make progress, go for it, do a number, do one's thing, get in there, go that route, go to town, take steps, transort, percolate*, perk*.

adhere (verb)

abide by, comply, heed, keep, maintain, mind, obey, respect, support, stand by, cleave to, be devoted to, be faithful, be loyal, be attached, be constant, be devoted, be true.

apply (verb)

administer, apply, assign, bring to bear, effect, employ, engage, exert, exploit, handle, implement, operate, serve, utilize, bring into play, conduct, exercise, function, use.

behave (verb)

act, behave, comport, conduct, deport, perform, proceed, DO.

perform music (verb)

gig, harmonize, jam, play, serenade, sing, solo, perform.

practice (verb)

apply, build up, carry on, dress, dry run, execute, exercise, follow, fulfill, function, go over, habituate, hone, iterate, live up to, observe, perform, ply, polish, prepare, pursue, recite, rehearse, sharpen, train, try out, work at, work out, warm up, tune up, walk through, DO, engage in, put into effect, specialize in, become seasoned, do again, dress rehearse, run through, shake-down.

Sense 1

brush up, consuetude, custom, griot, habitude, mores, observance, trick or treat, usance, meme, walk through, war games, dummy run, local color.

Sense 2

discharge, dress rehearsal, establish, execution, experiment, exploit, fashion, habit, obey, prosecution, rut, specialize, system, teach, tradition.

Sense 3

actuate, believe, culture, go over, legacy, profess, regulation, training.

Sense 4

observe.

Sense 5

institution, pursuit, run-through.

Sense 6

pursue.

Sense 7

study.

Sense 9

follow.

practice

rehearsal.

usage

treatment.

Usage examples for practice

  1. Prove this by practice." – The Worlds Greatest Books Vol. II: Fiction by Arthur Mee, J. A. Hammerton, Eds.
  2. All I needed was a little practice. – A Canadian Bankclerk by J. P. Buschlen
  3. The light is knowledge, but it is a light to guide our feet, knowledge which is meant to shape practice. – The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon by Alexander Maclaren
  4. She did this quite often, as it was as easy to practice Italian conversation in a motor- car as anywhere else. – The Title Market by Emily Post

Idioms for practice

  1. practice what you preach;
  2. make a practice of doing sth;
  3. in practice
  4. put sth into practice
  5. practice ( up) on sm or sth;

Quotes for practice

  1. Life has a practice of living you, if you don't live it.
  2. Practice every time you get a chance.
  3. Some guys practice like all -Americans but they can't play!
  4. We cannot make good news out of bad practice.
  5. Everything is practice.
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