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.