[prak-ti-kuh-buh l] /ˈpræk tɪ kə bəl/
capable of being done, effected, or put into , with the available means; feasible:
a practicable solution.
capable of being used:
a practicable gift.
Theater. (of a stage property or part of a set) designed or constructed for actual use; a practicable window; practicable water faucets.
capable of being done; feasible
from practicable + -ity.
1670s, from Middle French pratiquable (1590s), from pratiquer “to practice,” from Medieval Latin practicare “to practice” (see practical). Related: practicableness (1640s).
[prak-ti-kuh l] /ˈpræk tɪ kəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to or action: practical mathematics. 2. consisting of, involving, or resulting from practice or action: a practical application of a rule. 3. of, relating to, or concerned with ordinary activities, business, or work: a habitual dreamer, who can’t be bothered with practical affairs. 4. adapted […]
noun 1. an art or craft, as woodworking or needlework, that serves a utilitarian purpose.
noun 1. (in Kantian ethics) the dictum that one should treat oneself and all humanity as an end and never as a means.
[prak-ti-kuh-liz-uh m] /ˈpræk tɪ kəˌlɪz əm/ noun 1. devotion to matters.