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Synonyms for practice

Synonyms for practice

to do or perform repeatedly so as to master

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to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to work at, especially as a profession

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repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

a working at a profession or occupation

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Synonyms for practice

translating an idea into action

knowledge of how something is usually done

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

engage in a rehearsal (of)

avail oneself to

engage in or perform

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In the internal operations and infrastructure phase, students will also get a chance to put into practice what they learn with practical application exercises.
With this nomination, Bush put into practice what we have known all along: that a person's sexual orientation has no bearing upon one's ability to do a job and successfully serve our country," said Lorri L.
He notes that this system has been put into practice at the Client Services Division of Ford Motor Co.
When the civil rights activists of the South in the early sixties put into practice the principle they called "Nonviolent Direct Action," they were able to make heretofore invincible power yield.
Pupils will put into practice phrases they've learned in the classroom.
From ulcers to urinary tract infections, tonsils to organ transplants, back pain to breast cancer, asthma to arteriosclerosis, scores of thousands of patients are dying or being injured every year because the best scientific information on how to care for them is not being put into practice by physicians.
Although this option is not the best available at the high school level, it could easily be put into practice using the outreach programs that are already in place and could provide a starting point from which a valuable program could be built.
Le bon Dieu est dans les details - "God is in the details" - was one of Flaubert's bright sayings, adopted as a working motto by the Warburg Institute and certainly put into practice in Bourdieu's study.
YAMAGATA successfully put into practice a Management System for developing, producing, supplying technical and instructional information in the form of printed manuals, multimedia and online technical solutions for customers around the world.
The "park and stride" scheme is taking place today and it is hoped it will be put into practice every Friday.
Kumar urged businesses and civil society to put into practice models for good governance.
The intent of the field experience was to provide the opportunity for teaching candidates to put into practice that which was taught in PETE and gain experience teaching in a real context.
Pupils from Wolverhampton have seen their play about mobile phone theft put into practice by a professional theatre troop.
Stories of the saints and contemporary heroes draw one closer to God and show how virtues can be put into practice.