"practisant" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [English]

IPA: /ˈpɹæktɪzənt/
Head templates: {{en-noun}} practisant (plural practisants) Forms: practisants [plural]
  1. One who practises something; a practitioner.
    Sense id: practisant-en-noun-TM9jmhK0
  2. (obsolete) An agent or confederate in treachery. Tags: obsolete
    Sense id: practisant-en-noun-4wStdlsN

Inflected forms

Download JSON data for practisant meaning in All languages combined (1.3kB)

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