practical in AZ Dictionary
- (a) Of, associated with, governed by, or acquired through rehearse or action, in place of principle, speculation, or beliefs: gained practical experience of sailing as a deck hand.
- (a) Manifested in or concerning practice: practical programs of calculus.
- (a) Actually engaged in a specified occupation or a certain form of work; practicing.
- (n) that element of an exam or group of examinations in which the prospect needs to demonstrate their particular practical ability
- Relating or with respect to activity, practice, or usage: opposed to theoretical, speculative, or perfect.
- Educated by rehearse or experience: since, a practical gardener.
- Derived from knowledge: as, useful skill; useful understanding.
practical in Community Dictionary
- Of Use; Common Sense. by LatrinaReport definition
- anything somebody calls you if you should be a really pretty woman, or good looking guy. Can also be used to describe you're beauty. by CaroleReport definition
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- Antonym for "practical"
- ideal, theoretical, impractical
- Phrases for "practical"
- practical joker, practical homicide-training, practical arrangements, practical commonsense, practical advice
- Rhyme for "practical"
- Cross Reference for "practical"
- useful, virtual, working, practical conviction, practical proposition
- Equivalent for "practical"
- applied, realistic, matter-of-fact, applicative, operable
- Same Context for "practical"
- scientific, political, intelligent, effective, principal