pratique[pra tēk′, prat′ik]
Origin of pratiqueFrench ; from pratiquer ; from Middle French practiquer: see practice
Origin of pratiqueFrench, from Old French practique, from Medieval Latin prāctica, ultimately from Greek prāktikē, from feminine of prāktikos, practical; see practical.
- Permission to use a port given to a ship after compliance with a quarantine or on conviction that she is free of contagious disease.
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