verb (used with object), prac·ticed, prac·tic·ing.
verb (used without object), prac·ticed, prac·tic·ing.
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Obviously, amid the coronavirus pandemic, consumers’ purchasing habits and practices are rapidly changing—and most people are spending less.Founder of pet care accessories line Wild One on remaking functional as fashionable|Rachel King|August 10, 2020|Fortune
These two companies have been sued many, many times for their labor practices, specifically as they pertain to the classification of their respective drivers as independent contractors.Human Capital: Uber and Lyft’s ongoing battle with the law and a brief history of diversity at Snap|Megan Rose Dickey|August 7, 2020|TechCrunch
They can push schools to reinvest resources at school level and implement restorative justice policies and practices that will help close the school-to-prison pipeline.The US has an extraordinary opportunity to reform education|Jennifer E. Lacy|August 7, 2020|Vox
One example of how to do this is the budding practice of participatory machine learning, which seeks to involve the people most affected by machine-learning systems in their design.
Administration is currently pushing to move to more equitable hiring practices, which I do commend.8 workers on why they’re walking out in today’s Strike for Black Lives protest|Rachel Schallom|July 20, 2020|Fortune
As a means of preventing tooth decay in those cities that do fluoridate, the practice certainly looks like a success.
The men use the dolls to practice the basics of caring for babies.
DeCrow would come to lead a movement against this practice, suing the Hotel Syracuse in 1969 and calling for protests and sit-ins.
The WHO has agreed to meet with Yang and a number of Chinese NGOs to discuss a broader ruling on the practice.
This story was used by some third-century North African Christians to justify the practice of women performing baptisms.First Anglican Woman Bishop A Return to Christian Roots|Candida Moss|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Gods, in short belong to the region of belief, while morality belongs to that of practice.The Necessity of Atheism|Dr. D.M. Brooks
All attempt at concealment implies some practice of the opposite, or undivine science, founded on nescience.
"You must have had practice, you took that so perfectly," said Elnora.A Girl Of The Limberlost|Gene Stratton Porter
When we examine it closely, we find that in many respects it is the exact reverse of our practice.The Booklover and His Books|Harry Lyman Koopman
Neefe did not, as was said of Beethoven's father, punish the little boy severely to keep him at his practice, hour after hour.Beethoven|Thomas Tapper
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In addition to the idioms beginning with practice
- practice makes perfect
- practice what you preach
- in practice
- make a practice of
- out of practice
- put into practice
- sharp practice