Practical-nurse



noun
1.
a person who has not graduated from an accredited school of nursing but whose vocation is caring for the sick.

practical nurse prac·ti·cal nurse (prāk’tĭ-kəl)
n.

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  • Practice

    [prak-tis] /ˈpræk tɪs/ noun 1. habitual or customary performance; operation: office practice. 2. habit; custom: It is not the practice here for men to wear long hair. 3. repeated performance or systematic exercise for the purpose of acquiring skill or proficiency: Practice makes perfect. 4. condition arrived at by experience or exercise: She refused to […]



  • Practiced

    [prak-tist] /ˈpræk tɪst/ adjective 1. skilled or expert; proficient through or experience: a practiced hand at politics. 2. acquired or perfected through : a practiced English accent. [prak-tis] /ˈpræk tɪs/ noun 1. habitual or customary performance; operation: office practice. 2. habit; custom: It is not the practice here for men to wear long hair. 3. […]

  • Practice makes perfect

    Doing something over and over makes one better at it. Frequently doing something makes one better at doing it, as in I’ve knit at least a hundred sweaters, but in my case practice hasn’t made perfect. This proverbial expression was once put as Use makes mastery, but by 1560 the present form had become established.



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