Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Practice"

The meaning of "Practice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does it comes with practice. mean?
A: That means to do something very well, a lot of practice is needed
Q: What does Your practice is really showing off. Keep it up! mean?
A: Its a compliment, They're saying your skill is improving, and continue doing what your doing.
Q: What does i'm passing a practice in it. mean?
A: If he is studying law, then he may be visiting court to see real trials and get experience watching other lawyers argue.
Q: What does practice latching" your baby on at home in front of a mirror mean?
A: I assume so. It is difficult to say without context, but that is what makes the most sense. "Latching on" in this case would refer to the mothers breast and the baby's mouth
Q: What does "we can practice the Japanese we learn with each other." mean?
A: we can practice together.
what can we practice together?
japanese
what japanese?
the japanese that we are learning (and will continue to learn)

Example sentences using "Practice"

Q: Please show me example sentences with practice .
A: I had piano practice this morning.

It's a common practice to shake hands when you meet someone new.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a practice run.
A: Let's take a practice run for the upcoming test!
Q: Please show me example sentences with practice on.
A: @Nekosuki: practicing English means you are practicing the language in general...

practicing your English means your practicing your own... so it's like what you are doing right now, writing down or talking your English skill set and getting feedback.

practicing English is like learning new words in general, or sentence structure... and then using that generalized practice for your own practice later 😊

Synonyms of "Practice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between practice and practise ?
A: In the UK, "practice" is a noun. It's used generally to describe somebody's occupation. "practise" is a verb, meaning to do a thing repeatedly to improve at it
Q: What is the difference between practice and practise ?
A: I think it's just spelling difference i.e. American practise and UK English practice you will find many words like this in the English language whereby the American and English UK spelling are different
Q: What is the difference between practice justice and realize justice ?
A: Practice justice is putting justice into action.
E.g. Catching a thief
Realising justice is when you understand or learn about justice
E.g. The thief has realised justice was served
Q: What is the difference between practice and practise ?
A: I practise playing the piano (verb)
I went to the doctor's practice (noun)
In American English, the verb and the noun are spelt "practice".
Q: What is the difference between practice tennis and practice playing tennis ?
A: Both of them sound natural. Either way is fine. If you want it to sound really verbose, then use the second statement.

Translations of "Practice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? practice
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? practice
A: It's pronounced PRAKtiss
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I practice
A: i think that's normal. But I have to cultivate my pronunciation
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? practice
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? written practice
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Other questions about "Practice"

Q: I want practice my pronunciation does this sound natural?
A: @cristal97:
Q: When you practice an instrument or singing what sound do you use to express rhythms .
In Japan, we use "tan ta" like "tan ta ta tan tan."
A: @ryouru: 'dunnnadunna' is what i use but it really depends on the person. some people just hum.
Q: I can use what I have learned in practice and on this way the learning can be completed. does this sound natural?
A: "By using what I have learned through theory, I can put it into practice in real life."
Q: It could thank to the practice of last weekend at Naka-sho gym. does this sound natural?
A: It's (probably) because I practiced last weekend at Naka-sho gym.

It's thanks to last weekend's workout/practice at the gym.

I was able to achieve these goals because of last weekend's practice/workout at the gym

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Q: I'm going to attend a practice of a choir group on Sunday. does this sound natural?
A: I'm going to attend a choir group practice on Sunday

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