Synonyms of practice in English:

practice


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See Spanish definition of práctica

noun

1‘the principles and practice of radiotherapy’

SYNONYMS
application, exercise, use, operation, implementation, execution, enactment, action, doing

2‘it has become common practice to employ women lawyers for the defence in rape trials’

SYNONYMS
custom, procedure, policy, convention, tradition, fashion, habit, wont, method, system, routine, institution, way, rule
modus operandi
formal praxis

3‘it takes lots of practice to get this technique right’

SYNONYMS
training, rehearsal, repetition, preparation, exercise, drill, study
practice session, dummy run, run-through, try-out, warm-up
shootaround
informal dry run

4‘such was his disillusionment that he gave up the practice of medicine’

SYNONYMS
profession, career, business, work, pursuit, occupation, following

5‘small legal practice seeks reliable receptionist/secretary’

SYNONYMS
business, firm, office
partnership
company, enterprise
informal outfit

Phrases

    out of practice


    SYNONYMS
    rusty, unpractised
    in practice

    ‘your proposal is all very well in theory, but in practice it will not work’


    SYNONYMS
    in reality, actually, in real life, realistically, practically, effectively
    put something into practice

    ‘I wondered if I would ever be able to put my professional training into practice’


    SYNONYMS
    use, make use of, put to use, utilize, apply, employ, exercise, put into effect, put into operation, draw on, bring into play