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How many hours a day do you practise?
Practise putting your tent up in the garden several times.
I've been practising hard for the piano recital.
Can I practise my French on you?
From 1902 he lived in Gravesend, where he practised law.
She completed her medical training, though she never practised.
D'Arcy practised as a solicitor in Australia.
This is the British English definition of practise. View American English definition of practise.
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