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Spanish term or phrase:PRAXIS
English translation:PRAXIS
Entered by: Jorge Salgado Carballo
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11:51 Jun 30, 2003
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
Spanish term or phrase: praxis
ocupa un espacio entre la reflexion y la praxis...
Jorge Salgado Carballo
Local time: 12:03
praxis
Explanation:
Oxford

praxis f praxis

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Randomo House

prax·is (prakÆsis), n., pl. prax·is·es, prax·es (prakÆs\"z).
1. practice, as distinguished from theory; application or use, as of knowledge or skills.
2. convention, habit, or custom.
3. a set of examples for practice.
[1575–85; < ML < Gk prâxis deed, act, action, equiv. to pr!k-, base of pr€ssein to do, fare + -sis -SIS]

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praxis


Explanation:
Oxford

praxis f praxis

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Note added at 1 min (2003-06-30 11:53:22 GMT)
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Randomo House

prax·is (prakÆsis), n., pl. prax·is·es, prax·es (prakÆs\"z).
1. practice, as distinguished from theory; application or use, as of knowledge or skills.
2. convention, habit, or custom.
3. a set of examples for practice.
[1575–85; < ML < Gk prâxis deed, act, action, equiv. to pr!k-, base of pr€ssein to do, fare + -sis -SIS]



Michael Powers (PhD)
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