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Oxford dictionary definition of the word practical:
1of or concerned with the actual doing or use of something rather than with theory and ideas:
there are two obvious practical applications of the research
2(of an idea, plan, or method) likely to succeed or be effective in real circumstances; feasible:
neither of these strategies are practical for smaller businesses
suitable for a particular purpose:
a practical, stylish kitchen
(of a person) sensible and realistic in their approach to a situation or problem:
I’m merely being practical—we must find a ground-floor flat
(of a person) skilled at manual tasks:
Steve’ll fix it—he’s quite practical
3so nearly the case that it can be regarded as so; virtual:
for all practical purposes, she’s his girlfriend
an examination or lesson in which theories and procedures learned are applied to the actual making or doing of something.
late 16th century: from archaic practic ‘practical’ (from Old French practique, via late Latin from Greek praktikos ‘concerned with action’, from prattein ‘do, act’) + -al