definition 1: to do or observe habitually or customarily.
example: All of her family members practice yoga.
definition 2: to repeatedly do or perform (something) to become skillful.
example: The band practiced the song until they could play it well.
example: If you practice your serve, your tennis game will improve.
example: You should practice parking the car a few more times before you take the driver’s test.
example: Another actor helped him practice saying his lines for the play.
definition 3: to pursue (an occupation or activity)
example: She practices law and her sister practices medicine.
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Collocations: Words frequently used in combination with the verb “practice” (definition 1)
practice + NOUN: ~ religion (.e.g, They sought the freedom to practice their religion), ~ yoga, ~ meditation, ~ astrology, ~ witchcraft, ~ polygamy
Grammar note (definition 2):
Words that follow “practice” are always nouns, so when another verb follows “practice,” that verb needs to be in its noun form; that is, its -ing form. For example, we say “They practiced throwing and catching the ball” not “They practiced to throw and catch the ball.”