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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of practice of law

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of practice of law:
/pɹæktəs ʌv lɔ/

Derived Form of practice

noun
plural: practices
verb
third person: practices
past: practiced
past participle: practiced
present participle: practicing
Noun
1
a customary way of operation or behavior
  1. it is their practice to give annual raises
  2. they changed their dietary pattern
Synonymspattern,
Hyponymsbiologism, calisthenics, cannibalism, careerism, cooperation, custom, fashion, featherbedding, formalism, habitude, lobbyism, lynch law, mistreatment, modernism, nonconformism, nudism, occult, one-upmanship, ornamentalism, peonage, pluralism, popery, quotation, ritual, ritualism, slavery, symbolism, systematism, transvestism, unwritten law,
Hypernymsactivity,
Type ofactivity,
Typesbiologism, cannibalism, careerism, cooperation, cross dressing, custom, fashion, featherbedding, formalism, habitude, lynch law, mistreatment, modernism, naturism, nudism, occult, occult arts, one-upmanship, peonage, popery, quotation, ritual, ritualism, slaveholding, slavery, symbolisation, symbolism, symbolization, systematism, transvestism, transvestitism, unwritten law, usage, usance,
2
systematic training by multiple repetitions
  1. practice makes perfect
Synonymsexercise, drill, practice session, recitation,
Hyponymsfire drill, manual of arms, military drill, rehearsal, review, scrimmage, shadowboxing, target practice,
Hypernymstraining,
Type ofgrooming, preparation, training,
Typesbrushup, dry run, fire drill, manual, manual of arms, military drill, rehearsal, review, scrimmage, shadowboxing, target practice,
3
translating an idea into action
  1. a hard theory to put into practice
  2. differences between theory and praxis of communism
Synonymspraxis,
Hypernymsimplementation,
Type ofeffectuation, implementation,
4
the exercise of a profession
  1. the practice of the law
  2. I took over his practice when he retired
Hyponymsconsultancy, cosmetology, dental practice, law practice, medical practice, optometry, private practice, witching,
Hypernymsuse,
Type ofemployment, exercise, usage, use, utilisation, utilization,
Typesconsultancy, dental practice, law practice, medical practice, optometry,
5
knowledge of how something is usually done
  1. it is not the local practice to wear shorts to dinner
Hyponymsconvention, custom, heritage,
Hypernymscognition,
Type ofcognition, knowledge, noesis,
Typesconvention, custom, formula, heritage, normal, pattern, rule, tradition,
Verb
1
carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions
  1. practice law
Synonymspractise, exercise, do,
Hyponymsshamanize,
Entailmentswork,
Typesshamanise, shamanize,
2
learn by repetition
  1. We drilled French verbs every day
  2. Pianists practice scales
Synonymsdrill, exercise, practise,
Hypernymslearn,
Type oflearn, read, study, take,
3
engage in a rehearsal (of)
Synonymsrehearse, practise,
Hyponymsscrimmage, walk through,
Hypernymsperform,
Type ofdo, execute, perform,
Typesscrimmage, walk through,
4
avail oneself to
  1. apply a principle
  2. practice a religion
  3. use care when going down the stairs
  4. use your common sense
  5. practice non-violent resistance
Synonymsapply, use,
Hyponymsfollow,
Typesfollow,
5
engage in or perform
  1. practice safe sex
  2. commit a random act of kindness
Synonymscommit,
Hypernymsprosecute,
Preposition
1
a reason or cause
Synonymsfrom,
2
connects a noun with the preceding word
3
expresses possession or connection
4
indicates parts, content, or quality
5
indicates a point of reference

Derived Form of law

noun
plural: laws
Noun
1
the collection of rules imposed by authority
  1. civilization presupposes respect for the law
  2. the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order
Synonymsjurisprudence,
Hyponymsadministrative law, canon law, civil law, common law, international law, law of the land, martial law, mercantile law, military law, Mosaic law, securities law, shariah, statutory law, tax law,
Hypernymscollection,
Meronymslaw,
Partslaw,
Type ofaccumulation, aggregation, assemblage, collection,
Typesadministrative law, admiralty law, canon law, case law, civil law, commercial law, common law, ecclesiastical law, international law, Islamic law, law merchant, Law of Moses, law of nations, law of the land, maritime law, martial law, mercantile law, military law, Mosaic law, precedent, securities law, sharia, sharia law, shariah, shariah law, statutory law, tax law,
See alsolegal, medicolegal,
2
legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity
  1. there is a law against kidnapping
Hyponymsanti-drug law, anti-racketeering law, antitrust legislation, blue law, blue sky law, fundamental law, gag law, homestead law, poor law, prohibition, public law, Riot Act, statute of limitations,
Hypernymslegal document,
Holonymslaw,
Type ofinstrument, legal document, legal instrument, official document,
Typesanti-drug law, anti-racketeering law, antitrust law, antitrust legislation, blue law, blue sky law, constitution, fundamental law, gag law, homestead law, organic law, poor law, prohibition, public law, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, RICO, RICO Act, Riot Act, statute of limitations,
Part ofjurisprudence, law,
3
a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society
Synonymsnatural law,
Hyponymsdivine law, principle, sound law,
Hypernymsconcept,
Type ofconcept, conception, construct,
Typesdivine law, principle, sound law,
4
a generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature
  1. the laws of thermodynamics
Synonymslaw of nature,
Hyponymsall-or-none law, Archimedes' principle, Avogadro's law, Benford's law, Bernoulli's law, Bose-Einstein statistics, Boyle's law, Coulomb's Law, Dalton's law, distribution law, equilibrium law, Fechner's law, Fermi-Dirac statistics, Gay-Lussac's law, Henry's law, Hooke's law, Hubble's law, Kepler's law, Kirchhoff's laws, law of averages, law of constant proportion, law of diminishing returns, law of effect, law of equivalent proportions, law of gravitation, law of mass action, law of multiple proportions, law of thermodynamics, Mendel's law, Newton's law of motion, Ohm's law, Pascal's law, Pauli exclusion principle, periodic law, Planck's law, Planck's radiation law, principle, principle of relativity, Stevens' law, Weber's law,
Hypernymsconcept,
Holonymstheory,
Type ofconcept, conception, construct,
Typesall-or-none law, Archimedes' principle, Avogadro's hypothesis, Avogadro's law, Benford's law, Bernoulli's law, Bose-Einstein statistics, Boyle's law, Charles's law, Coulomb's Law, Dalton's law, Dalton's law of partial pressures, distribution law, equilibrium law, exclusion principle, Fechner's law, Fermi-Dirac statistics, Gay-Lussac's law, Henry's law, Hooke's law, Hubble law, Hubble's law, Kepler's law, Kepler's law of planetary motion, Kirchhoff's laws, law of Archimedes, law of averages, law of chemical equilibrium, law of constant proportion, law of definite proportions, law of diminishing returns, law of effect, law of equivalent proportions, law of gravitation, law of large numbers, law of mass action, law of motion, law of multiple proportions, law of partial pressures, law of reciprocal proportions, law of thermodynamics, law of volumes, Mariotte's law, Mendeleev's law, Mendel's law, Newton's law, Newton's law of gravitation, Newton's law of motion, Ohm's law, Pascal's law, Pascal's law of fluid pressures, Pauli exclusion principle, periodic law, Planck's law, Planck's radiation law, power law, principle, principle of relativity, rule, Stevens' law, Stevens' power law, Weber-Fechner law, Weber's law,
Part oftheory,
5
the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do
Synonymsjurisprudence, legal philosophy,
Hyponymscontract law, corporation law, matrimonial law, patent law,
Hypernymsphilosophy,
Type ofphilosophy,
Typescontract law, corporation law, matrimonial law, patent law,
See alsojuridic,
6
the learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system
  1. he studied law at Yale
Synonymspractice of law,
Hypernymslearned profession,
Type oflearned profession,
See alsolegal,
7
the force of policemen and officers
  1. the law came looking for him
Synonymspolice, police force, constabulary,
HyponymsEuropol, gendarmerie, Mutawa'een, posse, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Schutzstaffel, Scotland Yard, secret police,
Hypernymsforce, law enforcement agency,
Partsofficer, police officer, policeman,
Type offorce, law enforcement agency, personnel,
TypesEuropean Law Enforcement Organisation, Europol, gendarmerie, gendarmery, Mounties, Mutawa, Mutawa'een, New Scotland Yard, posse, posse comitatus, RCMP, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Schutzstaffel, Scotland Yard, secret police, SS,

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  6. So, yoga is really a spiritual practice and Ayurveda is the practice of the body and mind.
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  11. Historic records of King Lithai regime wrote the practice of fish fighting besides other sports activities.
  12. The practice of faking tricky music - just sort of approximating it - is widespread,
  13. One of the most famous is using leeches to engage in bloodletting - the practice of extracting
  14. If that wasn't enough, the absolutely pointless practice of finning, or the catching of sharks
  15. Veganism, the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products,
  16. Twenty of those upanishads are dedicated to the theory and practice of kundalini yoga.
  17. Cornel West professor of the practice of public philosophy at Harvard
  18. A Professor of Law at Stanford University, and he directs the Center for Law and Bioethics.
  19. of the Native American practice of removing the scalps of enemies, particularly among
  20. court of law. If not before an American court of law, before what court can Mr. El-Masri