into practice meaning

  "into practice" in a sentence
[American slang]
in practice1 adv. phr. In actual doing. The idea sounds good but will it work in practice? It is easy to say that we will he good. It is harder to put the saying into practice.
in practice2 adj. phr. In proper condition to do something well through practice. A pianist gets his fingers in practice by playing scales. An ice-skater keeps in practice by skating every day.
Compare: IN SHAPE.


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  1. it 's easy to talk, but difficult to put into practice.
  2. be bold in putting things into practice and blazing new trails.
  3. within a couple of years, i would have the opportunity to put these ideas into practice.
  4. he has that confidence in his theory that he would put it into practice tomorrow.
  5. the proposal was put into practice by common consent

Related Words

  1. into being meaning
  2. into circulation meaning
  3. into effect meaning
  4. into line meaning
  5. into one's blood meaning
  6. into question meaning
  7. into the bargain meaning
  8. into the blue meaning
  9. into the clear meaning
  10. into the doldrums meaning
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