Definition of practised in English:

practised

Line breaks: prac|tised
Pronunciation: /ˈpraktɪst
 
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(US practiced)

adjective

Expert, typically as the result of much experience: admiring the dress with a practised eye the waiter was practised at disrupting moments of intimacy
More example sentences
  • I continue to believe that foxes must be controlled and that this is best served by the practiced and experienced gamekeeper and farmer.
  • Then, with the practiced thoroughness of an experienced computer hacker, she created and deployed a stealth-virus program.
  • The thief was as thin as a willow branch and cut open the bulging purses with the ease and dexterity of a practiced and experienced thief.
Synonyms
expert, experienced, seasoned, skilled, skilful, accomplished, proficient, talented, able, capable, adept, adroit, consummate, master, masterly, veteran; trained, qualified, well trained, well versed
informal crack, ace, mean, demon, wizard
North American informal crackerjack
archaic or humorous compleat

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