pratique

noun
pra·tique | \pra-ˈtēk \

Definition of pratique 

: clearance given an incoming ship by the health authority of a port

First Known Use of pratique

1609, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pratique

French, literally, practice, from Old French, from Medieval Latin practica — more at practice

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pratique

noun
pra·tique | \pra-ˈtēk \

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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