[mal-prak-tis] /mælˈpræk tɪs/
Law. failure of a professional person, as a physician or lawyer, to render proper services through reprehensible ignorance or negligence or through criminal intent, especially when injury or loss follows.
any improper, negligent ; misconduct or misuse.
immoral, illegal, or unethical professional conduct or neglect of professional duty
any instance of improper professional conduct
1670s, hybrid coined from mal- + practice (n.). Also used in law for “illegal action by which a person seeks a benefit for himself while in a position of trust” (1758).
malpractice mal·prac·tice (māl-prāk’tĭs)
Improper or negligent treatment of a patient, as by a physician, resulting in injury, damage, or loss.
Mistakes or negligent conduct by a professional person, especially a physician, that results in damage to others, such as misdiagnosis of a serious illness. Damaged parties often seek compensation by bringing malpractice suits against the offending physician or other professional.
malpresentation mal·pres·en·ta·tion (māl’prěz-ən-tā’shən, -prē’zən-) n. Presentation of a part of a fetus other than the back of the head during parturition.
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[mawlt] /mɔlt/ noun 1. germinated grain, usually barley, used in brewing and distilling. 2. any alcoholic beverage, as beer, ale, or , fermented from malt. 3. whisky, as Scotch, that is distilled entirely from malted barley. 4. (def 2). verb (used with object) 5. to convert (grain) into malt by soaking it in water and […]