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"practised" in British English

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practisedadjective

UK (US practiced) uk   /ˈpræk.tɪst/  us   /ˈpræk.tɪst/
very good at doing something because you have a lot of experience of doing it: She is a confident and practised speaker who always impresses her audience. He is practised in the art of public debate. We need someone who is practised at negotiating business deals.
formal A practised skill has been obtained from a lot of practice: She performed the song with practised skill.
(Definition of practised from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"practised" in Business English

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practisedadjective

UK ( US practiced) uk   us   /ˈpræktɪst/
good at doing something because you have a lot of experience of doing it: Our Sales Director is a confident and practised public speaker. He was well practised in the art of deception.
(Definition of practised from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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