- pr enzyme,
- practical art,
- practical effect
Origin of practic
Examples from the Web for practic
The actNotes and practic part of life is thus made the mistress of our theorique.Hazlitt on English Literature|Jacob Zeitlin
Here y'are, practic'ly on the equator in the middle of the summer, and it's colder than hell.The Man Who Hated Mars|Gordon Randall Garrett
Whether the Transfusion may be practic'd upon pregnant Bitches, at least at certain times of their gravidation?
late 14c., "a way of doing something, method; practice, custom, usage;" also "an applied science;" from Old French practique "practice, usage" (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin practica "practice, practical knowledge," ultimately from Greek praktike "practical" (as opposed to "theoretical;" see practical). From early 15c. as "practical aspect or application of something; practice as opposed to theory;" also, "knowledge of the practical aspect of something, practical experience."