Pratique Definition

pră-tēk
noun
Permission to do business at a port, granted to a ship that has complied with quarantine or health regulations.
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Other Word Forms of Pratique

Noun

Singular:
pratique
Plural:
pratiques

Origin of Pratique

  • French from Old French practique from Medieval Latin prāctica ultimately from Greek prāktikē from feminine of prāktikos practical practical

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Originated 1600"”10 from French pratique from Medieval Latin practica.

    From Wiktionary

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