practice-teach

verb
prac·​tice-teach | \ ˈprak-təs-ˈtēch \
practice-taught\ ˈprak-​təs-​ˈtȯt \; practice-teaching

Definition of practice-teach

intransitive verb

: to engage in practice teaching

Other Words from practice-teach

practice teacher noun

First Known Use of practice-teach

1952, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for practice-teach

back-formation from practice teaching

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