put something into practice

put (something) into practice

To commence doing something that had previously only been discussed, suggested, or planned. We've decided to put your ideas into practice for the next meeting. I've been putting that technique you showed me into practice during my training sessions.
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put something into ˈpractice

actually do or carry out something which was only planned or talked about before: It’s not always easy to put your ideas into practice.
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ISLAMABAD -- On the blustering hostile statements from the arch rival country, former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf warned, 'let India put something into practice first, ' they will be taught a lesson.
LONDON -- On the blustering hostile statements from the arch rival country, former president General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf warned, 'let India put something into practice first,' they will be taught a lesson.
In social media, he has warned, 'let India put something into practice first,' they will be taught a lesson.
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