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practise

[ prak-tis ]
/ ˈpræk tɪs /
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verb (used with or without object), prac·tised, prac·tis·ing.British.
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OTHER WORDS FROM practise

mis·prac·tise, noun, verb, mis·prac·tised, mis·prac·tis·ing.pre·prac·tise, verb, pre·prac·tised, pre·prac·tis·ing.
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How to use practise in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for practise

practise

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/ (ˈpræktɪs) /

verb
to do or cause to do repeatedly in order to gain skill
(tr) to do (something) habitually or frequentlythey practise ritual murder
to observe or pursue (something, such as a religion)to practise Christianity
to work at (a profession, job, etc)he practises medicine
(foll by on or upon) to take advantage of (someone, someone's credulity, etc)

Word Origin for practise

C15: see practice
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