Definition of pratique
: clearance given an incoming ship by the health authority of a port
Origin of pratique
French, literally, practice, from Old French, from Medieval Latin practica — more at practice
First Known Use: 1609
Rhymes with pratique
antique, apeak, batik, Belleek, bespeak, bezique, blue streak, boutique, cacique, Cloud Peak, critique, debeak, forepeak, forespeak, Grays Peak, grosbeak, hairstreak, halfbeak, houseleek, Late Greek, midweek, misspeak, muzhik, mystique, newspeak, nonpeak, oblique, off-peak, outspeak, perique, physique, pip-squeak, technic, technique, Tajik, unique, unspeak, workweek
Medical Definition of pratique
: clearance given an incoming ship by the health authority of a port after compliance with quarantine regulations or on presentation of a clean bill of health
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