What is difference between Practise and practice?

What is difference between Practise and practice?

In Australian and British English, ‘practise’ is the verb and ‘practice’ is the noun. In American English, ‘practice’ is both the verb and the noun.

Is it spelling Practise or spelling practice?

In British English, which is also called International English, practise is a verb and practice is a noun. American English tends to avoid practise altogether, using practice as both the noun and verb form.

Should I practice or Practise?

In short: you should use practise when you’re using the verb (that is, the ‘doing’ word), and practice for the noun (or ‘thing’ word).

How do you spell the verb practice?


  1. The word is always spelled practice in American English. In British English, the noun form is also spelled practice.
  2. The word is spelled practise when used as a verb in British English.

Is practicing a word?

practicing adjective [before noun] (WORK)

What does it mean to spell someone?

1. “to spell” is used as a verb to mean ‘to take over’ (some work) temporarily (for a short time) in place of another person.

What does it mean to be under someone’s spell?

Fascinated or influenced by someone, as in I think he has our daughter under his spell. This idiom derives from the literal meaning of spell, “a word or formula that has magical power.” [

What means finicky?

1 : extremely or excessively particular, exacting, or meticulous in taste or standards a finicky eater My teacher is finicky about spelling.

Is finicky positive or negative?

Words that convey this negative sense include choosy, ultra-careful,scrupulous, punctilious, demanding, exacting, fastidious, finical, finicky, fussy, squeamish and picky. The negative sense can be highlighted by using adverbs like overly, too etc before it.

How do you use finicky?

  1. He’s terribly finicky about his food.
  2. This job is too finicky for me.
  3. Repairing watches must be a very finicky job.
  4. She’s very finicky about what she eats.
  5. Eat up your fish and don’t be so finicky.
  6. Even the most finicky eater will find something appetizing here.
  7. Tonya was a finicky eater when she was little.

What is the legal definition of retribution?

retribution n : punishment imposed (as on a convicted criminal) for purposes of repayment or revenge for the wrong committed.

Is retribution a form of revenge?

Revenge is personal; retribution is impersonal. Revenge responds to any harms or insults; retribution responds solely to moral wrongs. Revenge involves a desire to see the wrongdoer suffer; retribution seeks justice. Revenge is based on a principle of collective responsibility, retribution on individual responsibility.