Synonyms of 'practise'
1 rehearseDictionary, study, prepare
Lauren practises the concerto every day.
A group of actors are rehearsing a play about Joan of Arc.
giving the players a chance to prepare for the match
He worked hard to perfect his drawing technique.
I repeated the story to a delighted audience.
Polish up your writing skills on a one-week course.
Surgical techniques are constantly being refined.
2 doDictionary, train, exercise
practising for a gym display
I could have done the crossword.
They have spent a year training for the race.
She exercises two or three times a week.
I work out at a gym twice a week.
He drills the choir to a high standard.
Make sure you warm up before you start the exercises.
keep your hand in
3 carry outDictionary, follow, apply
Astronomy continued to be practised in Byzantium.
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If you apply something such as a rule, system, or skill, you use it in a situation or activity.
The government appears to be applying the same principle.
Thesaurus for practise from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you practise something, you keep doing it regularly in order to be able to do it better .