practiceverb

  • ja訓練する
  • ento do something repeatedly in order to become better at it

Examples

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He is the worst captain we've ever had.
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He drew boobies on my bulletproof vest.
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He stared at me for 90 seconds while he ate an entire peach.
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He heard that I speak Spanish, and he made me fire his housekeeper.
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She was Polish.
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At least he doesn't practice his crane kicks with you.
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I said not to move!
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I didn't move.
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Hey, Joe.
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- Hey. - Wanna shoot some hoops?
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Oh, no, I can't go.
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I'm practicing.
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I got an audition to be the host of a new game show.
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- Oh, cool. - That's great.
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Yeah, yeah.
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And if I get it, by day I'll be Dr. Drake Ramoray, but by night I'll be Joey Tribbiani.
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Excuse me.
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My friend here would like to practice talking with a lady.
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Tell me about yourself.
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I was born and raised in Detroit, and I have an Associate’s Degree in Biology,
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and I’m studying to be a veterinarian.
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What is going on here?
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Dwight, thank God you're here.
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As it turns out, one of our biggest clients is a ping-pong master.
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And I have to play him tomorrow or we lose the account.
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Can you help me out?
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Will you help me practice?
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What the hell?
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I told you.
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Damn!
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Charles! Turn that music off.
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Oh, sorry, I was just practicing in case you guys change your mind.
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And I have actually challenged this woman right here to learn the Gimme Five dance.
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Right.
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And I hear you have sort of been practicing.
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I've been practicing somewhat.
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I'm very busy. Very, very busy.
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She practices her faces.
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She gets ready for the next take.
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And she just runs through the 6 faces.
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That I'm gonna make during the scene.
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Perhaps, and in what order.
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Yeah.
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And this is Jacqueline and her mom, I think.
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And so they're just waiting.
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And they have no idea that Justin is here.
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Oh, they're practicing their moves.
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That's great.
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They have no idea.
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That hairball is my son and your future king.
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Oh, I shall practice my curtsy.
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I'm so glad we're having this rehearsal dinner, you know.
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I so rarely get tp practice my meals before I eat them.

Other meanings for practice...

practicenoun

  • ja練習、稽古
  • enwhen someone does something regularly in order to improve at it
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I'm sure as hell not a dancer.
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It's no use.
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Marge will never go for me.
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Come on, Treeger. Don't say that.
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You just need more practice.
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Here, come on. Let's try it again.
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Come on.
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Plus, it was probably mostly my fault anyway.
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I mean, you know, I'm not really that comfortable dancing with a — whoo-hoo!
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We’re very complicated, you know.
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Pleasing us takes practice.
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Husbands and wives are best friends.
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Ugh, that's just what stupid people say to each other in their stupid wedding vows.
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Please, say that at your wedding,
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then play that ukulele version of 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow.'
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Real original, Dave.
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Ooh, maybe you should get a dog the year before you have children, you know, for practice.
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You're not born a genius.
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You gotta practice, okay?
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Practice makes you a better musician.
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And that's how it should be, 'cause it's more fair.
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You actually earn it through hard work.
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You're not "born."
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Alright, so another track day.
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This time, with the new seats, coilovers, and some negative camber.
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And besides testing out the car today, I was meeting with another YouTuber, Adam LZ.
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But before that, I had no clue how the car would handle, so I needed some practice.
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And holy smokes, was this car completely different?
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If you blindfolded me, I would've never known this was my car!
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The seats were great and held me in so I didn't have to brace myself anymore.
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I've seen this one.
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That dude's got the chicken gyroscope head real down.
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Is that her dad?
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- They're so good! - That is very cute.
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That is intensely pure.
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Is this what families are doing at the reunions now?
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- It definitely seems like the dad had more practice than the girl did. - Yeah. He was better than her.
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How somebody could become a magician?
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You have to have a lot of dedication...
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And a lot of practice.
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Yeah, a lot of practice.
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I practice day and night.
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It becomes muscle memory.