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practise

verb /ˈprӕktis/
to do exercises to improve one’s performance in a particular skill etc
entrenarse, ejercitarse
She practises the piano every day You must practise more if you want to enter the competition.
to make (something) a habit
practicar, ejercer
He has to learn to practise self-control.
to do or follow (a profession, usually medicine or law)
ejercer, practicar
He practises (law) in London.
practised adjective skilled through much practice
experto, de gran experiencia
a practised performer.
practise is a verb: to practise (not practice) the guitar.
(Definition of practise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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