practice

ˈpræktɪs

Перевод:

Noun: практика опыт деятельность обычай
Verb: практиковать практиковаться заниматься применять
Adjective: практический учебный

Фразы:

to commit / practice bigamy - быть двоеженцем

to commit / practice blackmail - применять шантаж

blank practice - учебная стрельба холостыми патронами

to engage in / practice cannibalism - быть каннибалом

to carry out in(to) practice - осуществлять, проводить в жизнь

practice cartridge - боевой патрон

to exercise / practice censorship - осуществлять цензуру

to practice a patent - использовать патент

medical practice - врачебная, лечебная практика

private law practice - частная адвокатская практика

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Примеры:

Practice makes perfect. - Повторение — мать учения. (пословица)

He went into practice for himself. - Он самостоятельно занялся практикой.

We must learn to practice economy. - Мы должны научиться экономить.

Pianists practice scales. - Пианисты репетируют гаммы.

It gave him the chance to put his ideas into practice. - Это дало ему возможность применить свои идеи на практике.

The practice threatens to become general. - Этот обычай грозит стать всеобщим.

I cannot be a votary to this practice. - Я не могу быть сторонником этой деятельности.

They'll get better with practice. - Они станут лучше, когда натренируются.

Practice makes the winner. - Тренировка — ключ к победе.

How does your idea work in practice? - Как ваша идея работает на практике?

a hard theory to put into practice - труднореализуемая на практике теория

He opened his own medical practice. - Он открыл свою медицинскую практику.

John's at baseball practice. - Джон — на бейсбольной тренировке.

I'm late for trumpet practice. - Я опаздываю на занятие по игре на трубе.

Skill is the product of hours of practice. - Мастерство достигается в результате многочасовых тренировок.

It is their practice to give annual raises. - У них принято ежегодно повышать зарплату сотрудникам.

The coach canceled practice to rest his team. - Тренер отменил тренировку, чтобы дать своей команде отдых.

It is not the local practice to wear shorts to dinner. - Тут не принято приходить на обед в шортах.

He made a practice of skunking hotels. - Он обычно покидал отели, не заплатив по счёту.

We have choir practice on Tuesday evening. - Во вторник вечером у нас репетиция хора.

The team's practices usually last two hours. - Тренировки этой команды обычно длятся два часа.

This practice should be strongly discouraged. - Это крайне нежелательно.

Being a good musician takes a lot of practice. - Чтобы стать хорошим музыкантом, надо много заниматься /тренироваться/.

In practice women receive much lower wages than their male colleagues. - На практике, женщины получают гораздо меньшую зарплату, чем их коллеги-мужчины.

the former Mormon practice of polygamy - прежний мормонский обычай иметь много жён

Burial practices vary around the world. - Ритуалы погребения во всём мире различаются.

I took over his practice when he retired - Когда он вышел на пенсию, его практика досталась мне.

Her license to practice law was suspended. - Её лицензия на занятие юридической практикой была приостановлена.

It is their practice to give annual raises. - У них принято давать ежегодные повышения.

I am licensed to practice law in this state. - У меня есть лицензия на юридическую практику в этом штате.

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Связанные термины:

practise: If you practise something, you keep doing it regularly in order to be able to do it better .

in practice: What happens in practice is what actually happens, in contrast to what is supposed to happen.

best practice: Best practice is the way of running a business or providing a service that is recognized as correct or most effective .

fire practice: a rehearsal of duties or escape procedures to be followed in case of fire

practice exam: an informal examination taken as a preparation for an actual or formal examination

practice game: any informal game (of sports, chess, etc) played as preparation for a real game

practice test: an informal examination taken as a preparation for an actual or formal examination

choir practice: a choir's regular meeting for practice

common practice: If something is common, it is found in large numbers or it happens often.

dental practice: A doctor's or lawyer's practice is his or her business, often shared with other doctors or lawyers .

family practice: general practice

group practice: a medical practice undertaken by a group of associated doctors who work together as partners or as specialists in different areas

massed practice: learning with no intervals or short intervals between successive bouts of learning

practice match: any informal game (of sports, chess, etc) played as preparation for a real game

practice nurse: a nurse who works in a medical practice or surgery

sharp practice: You can use sharp practice to refer to an action or a way of behaving, especially in business or professional matters, that you think is clever but dishonest.

skull practice: a meeting of a sports team with its coaches to discuss plays and strategy

target practice: practice at hitting the target in a sport such as archery or shooting

unfair practice: any practice in business involving the general public or competing parties that is prohibited by statute and regulated by an appropriate government agency

accepted practice: Accepted ideas are agreed by most people to be correct or reasonable .

bayonet practice: drill in the use of a bayonet

general practice: When a doctor is in general practice, he or she treats sick people at a surgery or office, or visits them at home, and does not specialize in a particular type of medicine .

pattern practice: a technique for practicing a linguistic structure in which students repeat a sentence or other structure, each time substituting a new element, such as a new verb, as directed by the teacher, or transforming the original structure, as in changing a statement to a question

practice manager: the manager of a business such as a medical practice, dental practice, or legal practice

practice session: a period of training that takes place over a set period of time, for example an hour or several hours

practice teacher: → student teacher

private practice: medical practice that is not part of the National Health Service

shooting practice: practice in shooting for soldiers or other people who shoot guns

teaching practice: Teaching practice is a period that a student teacher spends teaching at a school as part of his or her training.

architectural practice: A doctor's or lawyer's practice is his or her business, often shared with other doctors or lawyers .

code of practice: A code of practice is a set of written rules which explains how people working in a particular profession should behave.

distributed practice: learning with reasonably long intervals between separate occasions of learning

out of practice: If you are out of practice at doing something, you have not had much experience of it recently, although you used to do it a lot or be quite good at it.

practice discipline: If you refer to an activity or situation as a discipline, you mean that, in order to be successful in it, you need to behave in a strictly controlled way and obey particular rules or standards.

put into practice: If you put a belief or method into practice, you behave or act in accordance with it.

restrictive practice: Restrictive practices are ways in which people involved in an industry, trade, or profession protect their own interests, rather than having a system which is fair to the public, employers, and other workers.

widespread practice: You can refer to something that people do regularly as a practice .

practice makes perfect: If you say ' practice makes perfect ', you mean that it is possible to learn something or develop a skill if you practise enough. People often say this to encourage someone to keep practising.

normal practice/standard practice: If something such as a procedure is normal practice or standard practice, it is the usual thing that is done in a particular situation .

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Однокоренные слова:

practicable - осуществимый, реальный, недекоративный, полезный, проходимый
practical - практический, практичный, удобный, реальный, фактический, полезный, целесообразный
practician - практик, практикующий врач, практикующий юрист
practicing - практикующий
practiced - опытный, умелый, искусный

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