Textual thesaurus for "practice"

(noun) pattern

a customary way of operation or behavior

it is their practice to give annual raises; they changed their dietary pattern

(noun) praxis

translating an idea into action

a hard theory to put into practice; differences between theory and praxis of communism

(noun) drill, practice session, recitation, exercise

systematic training by multiple repetitions

practice makes perfect

(verb) drill, exercise, practise

learn by repetition

We drilled French verbs every day; Pianists practice scales

(verb) rehearse, practise

engage in a rehearsal (of)

(verb) commit

engage in or perform

practice safe sex; commit a random act of kindness

(verb) use, apply

avail oneself to

apply a principle; practice a religion; use care when going down the stairs; use your common sense; practice non-violent resistance

(verb) do, practise, exercise

carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions

practice law