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Turkish translation of “practice”

practice

noun
 
 
/ˈpræktɪs/
REPEATING [U] A2 when you repeat an activity to improve your ability
çalışma, idman, pratik, antreman
We need a bit more practice before the concert. I've got basketball practice tonight.Repeating an action
ACTIVITY [C, U] what people do or how they do it
uygulama, âdet, alışkanlık, gelenek
business/working practices [+ of + doing sth] the illegal practice of copying CDs [+ to do sth] It is common practice to bury waste in landfills.Behaving, interacting and behaviour
WORK [C] a business in which several doctors or lawyers work together, or the work that they do
avukatlık veya doktorluk vb. mesleklerde bir araya gelerek çalışma; muayenehane, büro
a legal/medical practice Medical places and organizations
in practice B2 If something is true in practice, this is the real situation.
uygulamada, gerçekte
In practice, the new laws have had little effect.Reality and truth
be out of practice B2 to not do something well because you have not done it recently
antremansız, pratiksiz, pratiğini kaybetmiş, idmansız; hamlamış
Adapting and attuning to somethingAdapting and modifying Changing
put something into practice to try a plan or idea
uygulamaya/yürürlüğe koymak; hayata geçirmek
Next month we will have a chance to put these ideas into practice.Testing, checking and experimenting
(Definition of practice from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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