practised


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practised

(ˈpræktɪst) or

practiced

adj
1. expert; skilled; proficient
2. acquired or perfected by practice
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.practised - skillful after much practice
experienced, experient - having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation

practised

Translations
مُتَمَرِّن، مُدَرَّب، خَبير
zkušený
erfarenøvet
òjálfaîur, reyndur
deneyimlitecrübeli

practised

practiced (US) [ˈpræktɪst] ADJ [politician, surgeon, climber] → experto
to be practised in the art of (doing) sthser un experto en el arte de (hacer) algo
with a practised eyecon ojo experto

practised

[ˈpræktɪst] practiced (US) adj
[person] → expérimenté(e)
with a practised eye → d'un œil exercé
[performance] → accompli(e)

practised

, (US) practiced
adjgeübt; politician, marksman, liar alsoerfahren; performance alsoprofessionell; with a practised eye/handmit geübtem Auge/geübter Hand; he’s practised in getting his own wayer hat Übung darin, seinen Willen durchzusetzen; with practised skillgekonnt

practised

practiced (Am) [ˈpræktɪst] adj (person) → esperto/a, provetto/a; (performance) → da virtuoso/a; (liar) → matricolato/a
with a practised eye → con occhio esperto

practise

(ˈprӕktis) verb
1. to do exercises to improve one's performance in a particular skill etc. She practises the piano every day; You must practise more if you want to enter the competition.
2. to make (something) a habit. to practise self-control.
3. to do or follow (a profession, usually medicine or law). He practises (law) in London.
ˈpractised adjective
skilled through much practice. a practised performer.

practise is a verb: to practise (not practice) the guitar.
References in classic literature ?
On the other hand, he believed that the second or slave-morality, where it became paramount, led to degeneration, because it was passive and defensive, wanting merely to keep those who practised it alive.
Miss Bennet would not play at all amiss if she practised more, and could have the advantage of a London master.
I can only think of the obvious conclusion that the man has practised in town before going to the country.