Significado de “practise” - en el Diccionario Inglés

practise en inglés británico

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practiseverb

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

practise verb (TRAINING)

A1 [ I or T ] to do or play something regularly or repeatedly in order to become skilled 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 (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 their religion.
Practising safe sex is an important way of avoiding HIV infection.
The company denies that it has practised discrimination against any of its employees.

(Definición de practise del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

practise en inglés de negocios

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practiseverb

UK US practice uk /ˈpræktɪs/ us

[ I or T ] LAW to work in an area such as law or medicine, etc. that involves long periods of training and high levels of skill:

practise as sth She practised as a solicitor for 10 years before taking a career break.
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 working classes is being blamed on the open discrimination practised by both the state-owned and private sectors.

[ I or T ] to repeat something often so that you improve your skill:

I need to practise my presentation before the meeting.

(Definición de practise del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)