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private practice

noun [U]
 
 
the work of a person such as a doctor or lawyer who has their own business and does not work for a company or the government: The majority of doctors in Australia are self-employed and work in private practice.
Translations of “private practice”
in Chinese (Traditional) (醫生、律師等的)私人開業…
in Chinese (Simplified) (医生、律师等的)私人开业…
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