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acupuncture the practice of relieving pain or curing a disease by putting needles into certain parts of the body. Acupuncture is a traditional way to treat disease in China.
ad-lib to make up as one goes along; say or do something without practice or planning. [2 definitions]
archery the sport or practice of shooting with a bow and arrow.
art a fine skill that has resulted from natural ability, practice, or study. [1/4 definitions]
aviation the act, practice, or science of flying airplanes.
barter the act or practice of trading goods or services without using money. [1/3 definitions]
bookkeeping the practice of keeping records of the money taken in and paid out by a business.
born since birth; from natural talent rather than practice or education. [1/3 definitions]
cage a movable screen used for batting practice in baseball or softball. [1/4 definitions]
chemotherapy the science or practice of treating disease by using chemicals.
convention a practice or way of doing something that is accepted by most people; custom. [1/2 definitions]
-craft a suffix that means "skill or practice in the use of."
desegregate to stop the practice of having separate schools and other facilities for people of different races.
dive to practice a sport or hobby such as acrobatic diving, scuba diving, or skydiving. [1/5 definitions]
email the practice or system by which written messages are sent from one computer to another; electronic mail. [1/4 definitions]
engineering the study and practice of using scientific and mathematical knowledge to do practical things. Knowledge of engineering is needed to design and build roads, bridges, tools, and machines.
exercise an act of putting into practice; use. [2/6 definitions]
experience the repeated practice, activity, or observations that result in skill, ability, or wisdom. [2/5 definitions]
experienced knowing a lot about something as a result of practice or experience.
farming the business or practice of raising crops and livestock.
fencing the art, sport, or practice of fighting with swords.