practicum

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From Late Latin, neuter of practicus (practical), from Ancient Greek πρακτικός (praktikós, of or pertaining to action, concerned with action or business, active, practical), from πράσσω (prássō, I do).

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practicum (plural practicums or practica)

  1. (US) A college course designed to give a student supervised practical knowledge of a subject previously studied theoretically.
  2. (US) A science exam in which students are questioned about specimens or other objects placed in front of them.

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Noun[edit]

practicum n (plural practica, diminutive practicumpje n)

  1. practicum (college course)

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practicum

  1. nominative neuter singular of practicus
  2. accusative masculine singular of practicus
  3. accusative neuter singular of practicus
  4. vocative neuter singular of practicus