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"Practice Meaning In Bengali"

Practice (noun, verb) - অভ্যস্থ কর্ম, অনুশীলন করা, চর্চা, অনুশীলন, চলন, রীতি, পদ্ধতি, প্রথা, চলিত, নিয়ম, নীতি, নীত, অভ্যাস, কর্ম, পরিশীলন, পসার, (ক্রিয়া): চর্চা করা, রেত্তয়াজ করা, ব্যবসায়ে রত থাকা, কাজকারবার করা, প্রথানুযায়ী পালন করা, প্রথানুযায়ী করা, প্রচেষ্টা চালাইয়া যাত্

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Practice Meaning in Bengali. Practice শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Practice meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Practice".

"Practice Meaning"


Practice বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Practice in English? What does Practice mean? What is another word for Practice? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: practic, practicabilities, practicability, practicable, practicableness, practicably, practical, practical demonstration, practical demonstrations, practical detail,

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Practice History and Origin

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Practice Synonyms

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Practice Definition

noun
1.
habitual or customary performance; operation:
office practice.
2.
habit; custom:
It is not the practice here for men to wear long hair.
3.
repeated performance or systematic exercise for the purpose of acquiring skill or proficiency:
Practice makes perfect.
4.
condition arrived at by experience or exercise:
She refused to play the piano, because she was out of practice.
5.
the action or process of performing or doing something:
to put a scheme into practice; the shameful practices of a blackmailer.
6.
the exercise or pursuit of a profession or occupation, especially law or medicine:
She plans to set up practice in her hometown.
7.
the business of a professional person:
The doctor wanted his daughter to take over his practice when he retired.
8.
Law. the established method of conducting legal proceedings.
9.
Archaic. plotting; intrigue; trickery.
10.
Usually, practices. Archaic. intrigues; plots.
verb (used with object), practiced, practicing.
11.
to perform or do habitually or usually:
to practice a strict regimen.
12.
to follow or observe habitually or customarily:
to practice one's religion.
13.
to exercise or pursue as a profession, art, or occupation:
to practice law.
14.
to perform or do repeatedly in order to acquire skill or proficiency:
to practice the violin.
15.
to train or drill (a person, animal, etc.) in something in order to give proficiency.
verb (used without object), practiced, practicing.
16.
to do something habitually or as a practice.
17.
to pursue a profession, especially law or medicine.
18.
to exercise oneself by repeated performance in order to acquire skill:
to practice at shooting.
19.
Archaic. to plot or conspire.

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