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From Dutch praktijk, from Middle Dutch practike, from Old French practique, from Latin prāctica, from Ancient Greek πρᾱκτική (prāktikḗ). Standard spelling influenced by praktikum, supersedes the now nonstandard praktek.


  • IPA(key): /ˈprak̚tɪk̚/
  • Hyphenation: prak‧tik


praktik (first-person possessive praktikku, second-person possessive praktikmu, third-person possessive praktiknya)

  1. practicum, laboratory activity
  2. practice: the practice of doing something.
    Synonym: praksis
    Synonym: amalan (Standard Malay)

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  • Rhymes: -iːk


praktik c

  1. (uncountable) practice, actual operation (the opposite of theory)
    I teorin borde Nisses kebabsås vara godare eftersom den skickligt kombinerar ingredienser av hög kvalitet, men i praktiken föredrar jag Stigs
    In theory, Nisse's kebab sauce should be better since it skillfully combines high-quality ingredients. But in practice, I prefer Stig's.
    I praktiken framkallas i de elektriska motorerna de magnetiska fälten aldrig annat än genom elektriska strömmar (old-fashioned Swedish, but an idiomatic use of the word)
    In practice, the magnetic fields in electric motors are never generated otherwise than by electric currents
    när de skola utföra teorier i praktiken, står de handfallna (old-fashioned Swedish, but an idiomatic use of the word)
    when they are to execute their theories in practice, they are bewildered
  2. a practice, a habit, the traditional way of doing things(Can we add an example for this sense?)
  3. a practice, a clinic, a doctor's (or lawyer's) office(Can we add an example for this sense?)
  4. practice, an internship as part of an education


Declension of praktik 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative praktik praktiken praktiker praktikerna
Genitive praktiks praktikens praktikers praktikernas

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