regular or repeated performance or exercise in order to learn to do sth well
the actual doing of sth (rather than the idea of it)
the business of a doctor or lawyer
a repeated, habitual, or standard act or course of action
"it is their practice to give annual raises"
"they changed their dietary pattern"
"practice makes perfect"
"a hard theory to put into practice"
"differences between theory and praxis of communism"
"the practice of the law"
"I took over his practice when he retired"
"it is not the local practice to wear shorts to dinner"
"We drilled French verbs every day"
"Pianists practice scales"
"apply a principle"
"practice a religion"
"use care when going down the stairs"
"use your common sense"
"practice non-violent resistance"
"practice safe sex"
"commit a random act of kindness"
It being accepted practice to start conversation by asking people what they do.
出自： J. Barzun
Not all the arts of diplomacy are learned solely in its practice.
出自： D. Acheson
He is good at constructing theories but not good at putting them into practice.
His plan broke down when it was put into practice because he had not given enough attention to details.
It's time I carried my intentions of hard work into practice.
It is (a) good practice to get up early.
You must practice speaking English.