To repeat as a way of improving one's skill in that activity. (verb)
To repeat an activity in this way. (verb)
To perform or observe in a habitual fashion. (verb)
To pursue (a career, especially law, fine art or medicine). (verb)
To conspire. (verb)
Alternative spelling of practice (verb). (verb)
Examples of word practise
The first efforts may be very lame, but if you want speed on a typewriter, a record for a hundred-yard dash, or facility in speaking, you must practise, _practise_, _PRACTISE_.
But they cannot be mastered and applied by thinking or reading about them -- you must practise, _practise_, _PRACTISE_.
This practise is almost absent now - my father who can be a little hard of hearing, is unable to follow Hindi movies produced today, but can still understand the older movies broadcast on TV.
People at the bottom end of the legal job market seem in practise to drop out of lawyering.
I believe usual practise is to assume that if you got a nice early slide this time because of BST, you might get a kick in the rear end later in the year from the return to GMT; your twelve hour night shift magically morphing into a 13hr slog.