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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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Desir said the 2 June and 15 July agreements and the recommendations regarding the shortcomings identified in Reinhard Priebe's report needed to be put into practice by the set timeframe.
All proceeds from the master class will be going to charity, in the coming months we hope to confirm further coaching master classes to further expand the learning platforms our coaches have at their disposal to put into practice in clubs around Northumberland.
BEIRUT: The parliamentary Human Rights Committee met Tuesday to discuss how the domestic violence draft law could be put into practice once it was passed, according to the National News Agency.
In case the draft will be put into practice, the administrative map of the provinces will be like that of 1968.
Al-Sulaiti said as a leading regional transport solutions company Mowasalat seeks to utilise Qatar's abundant clean energy and is working to establish a base for the significant development of this project which will be put into practice shortly.
The Court was impugned Act, I f put to practice, could " Breach other provisions of the Constitution if put into practice by the concerned member of the present National Assembly including the speaker".
Birmingham council leader Sir Albert Bore is to meet Lord Heseltine to discuss how his proposals can be put into practice.
Thousands of projects were completed and put into practice in Turkey thanks to funds by the EU, he said.
Designed for young advertising professionals and students, the workshop presented the creative process the top creative directors put into practice in the development of strategies and concepts for clients.
While it's easy to say, "Exercise more, eat less," these words can be hard to put into practice. Nagging doesn't work, so maybe you can say, "Mom, I love you, and I know you're upset about your weight, and I'm wondering if I can help.
Three officers from Vancouver have taken part in training exercises at the force's public order site and attended football matches to see techniques put into practice.
Organiser Steven Woods said: "Over eight days our guests will learn and put into practice a range of creative-working, film-making and screen-acting techniques."
Most of us find this teaching extremely hard, if not impossible, to put into practice. Jesus is asking us to be kind to those who are unkind to us, to be considerate towards those who are inconsiderate towards us.
I find it pathetic that although Newsome is a Green Council ward their so-called environmental policies are not put into practice. Just like all politicians all they produce is hot air and a load of waffle.
In the light of the results obtained, some actions to put into practice in the English class are suggested.