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Significado de “practise” - Diccionario Inglés

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practiseverb

UK (US practice) uk   us   /ˈpræk.tɪs/

practise verb (TRAINING)

A1 [I or T] to do or ​play something ​regularly or ​repeatedly in ​order to ​becomeskilled at it: I'm ​quite good at ​tennis but I need to practise my ​serve. She practises the ​violin every ​day. [+ -ing verb] His written ​French is very good but he ​needs to practise ​speaking it.
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practise verb (WORK)

C1 [I or T] to ​work in an ​importantskilledjob for which a lot of ​training is ​necessary: How ​long have you been practising as a ​dentist? She practised ​medicine for 20 ​years.

practise verb (REGULAR ACTIVITY)

[T] to do something ​regularly, often ​according to a ​custom, ​religion, or set of ​rules, or as a ​habit: The new ​government has ​promised all ​citizens the ​right to practise ​theirreligion. Practising ​safesex is an ​important way of ​avoidingHIVinfection. The ​companydenies that it has practised ​discrimination against any of ​itsemployees.
(Definition of practise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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practiseverb

UK ( US practice) uk   us   /ˈpræktɪs/
[I or T] LAW to ​work in an ​area such as ​law or ​medicine, etc. that involves ​longperiods of ​training and high ​levels of ​skill: practise as sth She practised as a ​solicitor for 10 ​years before taking a ​careerbreak.practise law/medicine He had been ​banned from practising ​law.
[T] to do something ​regularly, often according to a ​custom or set of ​rules, or as a habit: The ​technique is rarely practised in the West.practised by Unemployment among the country's ​workingclasses is being blamed on the ​opendiscrimination practised by both the state-owned and ​privatesectors.
[I or T] to repeat something often so that you ​improve your ​skill: I need to practise my ​presentation before the ​meeting.
(Definition of practise from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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