practic


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practic

(ˈpræktɪk)
n
the practice of something (as opposed to theory); practical applicationa practical matter, activity, or actiona practice, custom, habit, or habitual activitypractice; practical experience; practical skill or familiarity as a result of experiencetrickery; deceitan instance of trickery or deceita practiser or practitioner, particularly as opposed to a theorist
adj
practicalskilled, experiencedrequiring skill or experienceartful, cunning
vb (tr)
to put (a theory, idea, etc) into practiceto influence or manipulate using trickery or cunning
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