There are 2 translations of practice in Spanish:

practice1

Pronunciation: /ˈpræktəs; ˈpræktɪs/

n

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (training, repetition) práctica (feminine) musicians must keep in practice los músicos tienen que practicar or ensayar continuamente he's out of practice le falta práctica his serve needs more practice tiene que practicar más el saque piano practice ejercicios (masculine plural) de piano target practice prácticas (feminine plural) de tiro practice teaching o (British English/inglés británico) teaching practice prácticas (feminine plural) de magisterio practice makes perfect la práctica hace al maestro (before noun/delante del nombre) [game] de entrenamiento practice session [Sport/Deporte] sesión (feminine) de entrenamiento [Music/Música] ensayo (masculine)
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    • It should be good practice for a repeat performance in March, when they go in front of the Commons' Culture Committee.
    • Like other skill development, intercultural skills are acquired through practice.
    • One of a pair of identical twins was given a lot of early practice at a particular skill, such as crawling.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable 2.1 (carrying out, implementing) práctica (feminine) theory and practice la teoría y la práctica to put sth into practice llevar algo a la práctica, poner* algo en práctica a good idea, but it'll never work in practice una buena idea pero, en la práctica, no va a funcionar 2.2 (exercise of profession) ejercicio (masculine) he's been in practice as a doctor/lawyer for 15 years hace 15 años que ejerce de or como doctor/abogado, hace 15 años que ejerce la medicina/la abogacía he is in general practice se dedica a medicina general
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    • Unfortunately, it often appears that she is unable to get her free-market ideas put into practice.
    • The idea was put into practice last year but it was not until this term that it really took off.
    • However, Elliott warns that it still needs to be evaluated before the theory is put into practice.
  • 3 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (custom, procedure) costumbre (feminine) this is a common practice nowadays esta es una costumbre muy común hoy en día we must respect their practices debemos respetar sus costumbres that's the common practice in Spain eso es lo que se suele or se acostumbra hacer en España it's our practice to take up references solemos or acostumbramos pedir referencias it is not good commercial practice no es una práctica comercial recomendable working practices métodos (masculine plural) de trabajo he made a practice of always consulting his subordinates tenía como norma consultar a sus subordinados
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    • It is expected to identify practices, procedures, and guidelines that will aid faculties in developing students to their maximum potential.
    • Woodrow Wilson instituted the modern practice of delivering it to congress in person.
    • The practice is expected to put huge strain on the state health budget.
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    • This conclusion is completely at odds with established legal practice and principles…
    • That the appellant notary acted in accordance with the then general notarial practice does not seem to be contested.
    • It is now established practice for judges to quash a conviction while suggesting that the appellants are not necessarily innocent.
  • 4 countable/numerable (place) 4.1 [Medicine/Medicina] consultorio (masculine), consulta (feminine) 4.2 [Law/Derecho] bufete (masculine), estudio (masculine) jurídico (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) 4.3 (of accountants) estudio (masculine) contable
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    • Once doctors entered practice, the profession was personally remunerative as well.
    • The expansion of medical practice into the regulation of behaviour carries doctors beyond their sphere of expertise and competence.
    • He figured he could always incorporate his flair for comedy into his practice as doctor.
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    • Of course, some are plagued by such problems due to family difficulties, but, according to a survey among doctors' practices, many are there simply because they are over-burdened.
    • Both I, and my sister's family, attend husband-and-wife doctors' practices.
    • A trail-blazing super care centre that would move three doctors' practices and a clinic to one site is a backwards step, health bosses were told.

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There are 2 translations of practice in Spanish:

practice2

vt ( (British English/inglés británico) practise)

  • 2 2.1 [belief/Christianity] practicar* he doesn't practice what he preaches no hace lo que predica, no predica con el ejemplo 2.2 (carry out, perform) he practiced a deception on us nos engañó he practices black magic practica magia negra 2.3 [doctor/lawyer] ejercer* to practice medicine ejercer* la medicina he practices law in London ejerce de or como abogado en Londres, ejerce la abogacía en Londres
  • 3
    (practicing present participle/participio presente)
    3.1 [doctor/lawyer] en ejercicio (de su profesión) 3.2 [Catholic] practicante 3.3 [homosexual] activo

vi ( (British English/inglés británico) practise)

  • 2 (professionally) ejercer* to practice as a lawyer/doctor ejercer* de or como abogado/médico

Phrasal verbs

practice on

(British English/inglés británico) practise upon verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
[formal] aprovecharse de

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Word of the day gorra
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cap …
Cultural fact of the day

Paradors are a national chain of hotels in Spain designed to give buildings such as former palaces, castles and monasteries a new lease of life and to bring tourism to economically disadvantaged areas. They are often luxurious but relatively inexpensive and emphasize local character and cooking.