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美音:[´præktəs ]点这儿播放单词美音发声
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n.实行,实践,实际,惯例,习惯,练习,实习,开业
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名词:practicer 动词过去式:practiced 过去分词:practiced 现在分词:practicing 第三人称单数:practices

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practice


/'præktɪs; `præktɪs/
n
1 [U] actual doing of sth; action as contrasted with theory 实践; 实际
*put a plan into practice 实行某计画
* The idea would never work in practice, ie It seems good in theory but would be useless if carried out. 那种设想永远也实现不了.
2 (a)[U] regularly repeated exercise done in order to improveone's skill (经常反覆的)练习
*an hour's practice every day 每天一小时的练习
* Playing the piano well requires a lot of practice. 要弹好钢琴就得多练习.
* [attrib 作定语] a practice game 练习赛.
(b) [C] period of time spent doing this 进行练习的一段时间; 练习期间
*The players will meet for a practice in the morning. 运动员们在早上一起训练.
3 (a) [U] way of doing sth that is common or habitual 惯例; 常规
*It is accepted/standard practice to pay a deposit with one's order. 在预订时交付定金是一般的[普遍遵守的]惯例.
* Paying bills promptly is good financial practice. 及时付帐是理财的好习惯.
* It is the practice in Britain to drive on the left. 车辆靠左行驶是英国的制度.
(b) [C] thing done regularly; habit or custom 惯常做的事; 习惯; 习俗
*the practice of closing shops on Sundays 星期天店铺休业的惯例
* I had coffee after dinner, as is my usual practice. 我饭後喝咖啡, 这是我的习惯.
4 (a) [U] work of a doctor or lawyer (医生或律师的)工作
*a doctor working in general practice, ie as a family doctor 全科医生(如家庭医生)
* She has retired from practice/is no longer in practice. 她已退休[已不再执业].
(b) [C] (place of) business of a doctor or lawyer (医生或律师的)业务; 诊所; 律师事务所
*a medical/legal practice 诊所[法律事务所]
* a group practice, ie a partnership of several doctors 联合诊所(由几位医生联合执业)
* His practice is in the centre of the city. 他的事务所位于市中心.
* She has just bought (into) a very profitable practice. 她刚买下一个赢利很高的事务所(的股票).
5 [U]
(a) (esp of a doctor or lawyer) practising one's profession (尤指医生或律师的)执业, 生意
*the practice of law/medicine 律师的业务[医生的行医].(b) exercising one's faith, etc 修养
*the practice of one's religion 修道.
6 (idm 习语) ,in/,out of `practice having/not having spent time doing practice 勤于[疏于]实践或练习
*It's important to keep in practice. 经常练习很重要.
* If you don't play, you'll get out of practice. 不练习就会荒疏. make a habit/practice of sth => habit. ,practice makes `perfect (saying 谚) doing sth (eg a skill or craft) repeatedly is the only way to become very good at it 熟能生巧. sharp practice => sharp.

practice


n
1【a skill】
2 in practice
3【something done often】
4【doctor/lawyer】
5 be common/standard/normal practice
6 good/best/bad practice
7 put something into practice
8 be out of practice
9 practice makes perfect
【A SKILL】 [U and C]
when you do a particular thing, often regularly, in order to improve your skill at it
 It takes hours of practice to learn to play the guitar.
 With a little more practice you should be able to pass your test.
 We have choir practice on Tuesday evening.
in practice for sth
 Schumacher crashed out in practice for the Australian grand prix.
football/rugby/basketball etc practice
 John's at baseball practice.
in practice
used when saying what really happens rather than what should happen or what people think happens
 In practice women receive much lower wages than their male colleagues.
 The journey should only take about 30 minutes, but in practice it usually takes more like an hour.
【SOMETHING DONE OFTEN】 [U and C]
something that people do often, especially a particular way of doing something or a social or religious custom
 religious beliefs and practices
 dangerous working practices
the practice of doing sth
 the practice of dumping waste into the sea
see usage notehabit
【DOCTOR/LAWYER】[C]
the work of a doctor or lawyer, or the place where they work
medical/legal practice
 Mary Beth had a busy legal practice in Los Angeles.
general practice, private practice
be common/standard/normal practice
to be the usual and accepted way of doing something
 It's common practice in many countries for pupils to repeat a year if their grades are low.
 It's standard practice to seek parents' permission wherever possible.
good/best/bad practice
an example of a good or bad way of doing something, especially in a particular job
 It's not considered good practice to reveal clients' names.
put sth into practice
if you put an idea, plan etc into practice, you start to use it and see if it is effective
 It gave him the chance to put his ideas into practice.
be out of practice
to have not done something for a long time, so that you are not able to do it well
practice makes perfect
used to say that if you do an activity regularly, you will become very good at it
HINT sense 1
In British English the verb is always spelled practise ( > see separate entry). In American English both noun and verb are spelled practice.

1. We derived knowledge from practice.
    我们从实践中得到知识。

2. With practice, no doubt, I could in time learn to write by holding the pen still while the paper moved.
    毫无疑问,经过练习,我最终能够学会笔不动而纸动来写字。

3. We were going up for a practice battle.
    我们要飞入空中做实战演习。

4. They give us valuable practice in helping the eyes, brain and muscles to work together.
    它们在使眼睛, 头脑和肌肉协同动作方面提供宝贵的锻炼机会.

5. This plan looks all right in principle, but in practice it wouldn´t be viable.
    这个计划原则上没问题,可是事实上却无法成立。

6. The Ombudsman´s prompt action at once put an end to an unpleasant practice which might have gone unnoticed.
    司法特派员及时采取的行动,迅速制止了这一起不愉快的事件,不然这件事可能因未得到人们注意而不了了之。

7. The Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers had been good practice, but this meeting was at the highest level.
    莫斯科外长会议曾是一次很好的实践,但这次(德黑兰会议)是最高级的会晤。

8. The youngsters frequently show their lack of practice at such things. They take along unnecessary items.
    这些小青年在做这类事的时候常常显得缺乏实践经验。他们带了许多不必要的东西。

9. Then, even if you haven't uncovered the reason, you should begin to make firm decisions and practice responding to your children's requests in a prompt, definite manner.
    然后,即使没能找出原因,你也该开始作出果断的决定,并试着用迅速、果断的方式对孩子的要求作出反应。

10. The journalists also get a chance to shoot a gun on the practice range; none of it seems that difficult, and we put most of the bullets somewhere on the target.
    记者们也有机会在练习场射击。射击似乎并不难,我们的子弹几乎都打到靶上了。

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