Practice - definition, pronunciation, transcription
I took over his practice when he retired
- avail oneself to (syn: apply, use)
practice non-violent resistance
To be a good musician, you have to practice a lot.
Have you been practicing your lines for the play?
She had to practice flying in various weather conditions before she could get her pilot's license.
Grandmother taught us to practice good manners.
Practice what you preach—don't smoke if you tell your children not to smoke.
Being a good musician takes a lot of practice.
I'm sure you'll learn your lines for the play with enough practice.
They'll get better with practice.
I'm late for trumpet practice.
The marching band has practice every Wednesday afternoon.
The team's practices usually last two hours.
She has made a practice of volunteering at a homeless shelter one weekend a month.
The country's poor sanitation practices have led to widespread disease.
Burial practices vary around the world.
It is common practice among my friends to not use capital letters in e-mail.
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