1. II
1) practise in some manner practise periodically (vigorously, industriously, diligently, etc.) упражняться /тренироваться, практиковаться/ периодически и т.д.; you don't practise enough ты мало тренируешься /занимаешься/; practise at some time he practises every day он упражняется каждый день
2) practise in some manner the wise man not only speaks. but practises wisely умный человек не только говорит умные вещи, но и действует умно
2. III
practise smth.
1) practise the piano (the violin, the flute, the organ, etc.) упражняться [в игре] на рояле и т.д.; practise tennis тренироваться [в игре] в теннис; practise one's ear (one's eye) тренировать /упражнять/ слух (зрение); practise a difficult passage (a new method, etc.) разучивать трудный пассаж и т.д.; practise the scales учить гаммы; practise new words активизировать новые слова
2) practise medicine (journalism, law, painting, music, etc.) заниматься медициной и т.д.; they practise the same profession они люди одной профессии; he practises the same method он применяет тот же метод
3) practise moderation (self-control, self-denial, etc.) соблюдать умеренность и т.д.
3. IV
practise smth. in some manner practise smth. professionally заниматься чем-л. как профессионал
4. XIV
practise doing smth. practise shooting (skating, running, jumping, etc.) тренироваться в стрельбе и т.д.; practise speaking English more стараться больше говорить по-английски; practise early rising [всегда] вставать рано
5. XVI
practise on (in) smth. practise on the typewriter (on the piano, on the flute, etc.) практиковаться [в печатании] на пишущей машинке и т.д.; practise in fencing упражняться в фехтовании
6. XX1
practise as smb. practise as a physician (as a public accountant, as a lawyer, etc.) работать /быть/ врачом и т.д., заниматься медициной и т.д.
7. XXI1
practise smb. ж smth. practise the boys in football (pupils in English, etc.) тренировать мальчиков [в игре] в футбол и т.д.; practise children in habits of obedience приучать детей к послушанию; practise smth. on smb. practise one's French on smb. стараться больше говорить на французском языке с кем-л.; practise smth. over smth. you ought to practise more control over your hasty temper тебе надо чаще сдерживаться
8. XXV
practise what... practise what you preach действовать /жить/ согласно своим взглядам

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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