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practical

adjective   /ˈpræk·tɪ·kəl/
relating to real situations práctico They can offer practical help.
able to be done successfully práctico The plan is simply not practical.
Someone who is practical is good at planning things. pragmático She has a lot of interesting ideas, but she’s not very practical.
good at repairing and making things habilidoso, manitas
(Definition of practical from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

practical

adjective /ˈprӕktikəl/
concerned with the doing of something práctico practical difficulties His knowledge is practical rather than theoretical.
(of a thing, idea etc) useful; effective práctico You must try to find a practical answer to the problem.
(of a person) able to do or deal with things well or efficiently práctico He can look after himself – he’s a very practical child.
practicality /ˈkӕ-/ noun
sentido práctico The practicality of the proposal must be considered.
practically adverb
almost prácticamente, casi The room was practically full.
in a practical way en la práctica Practically, it’s more difficult than you think.
practical joke noun
a usually irritating joke consisting of an action done to someone, rather than a story told broma pesada He nailed my chair to the floor as a practical joke.
(Definition of practical from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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