What is another word for practical application?

Pronunciation: [pɹˈaktɪkə͡l ˌaplɪkˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

When it comes to synonyms for "practical application," there are a number of options that can work depending on the context. One possibility is "utilization," which implies putting something to use in a practical way. "Execution" also works in this vein, suggesting a practical putting-into-action of an idea or concept. For a more technological or scientific context, "implementation" could be appropriate, which suggests a more deliberate or planned approach to putting something into practice. "Real-world application" is another option that emphasizes the practicality of an idea or solution. Ultimately, choosing the right synonym will depend on the context and the nuance that you want to convey.

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Famous quotes with Practical application

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    David A Mascio
  • I need your help. The abstruse nature of the subject requires not only concentrated reading, not alone clear understanding, but co-operation with the author. For that which could easily be made comprehensible by personal contact and demonstration, must of necessity depend on mere words and intellectual concepts. Many of the questions that may arise in your mind during or after reading of each chapter can best be answered through the practical application of the exercises prescribed herein. Unfortunately, there is no other way to co-operate: the technique of acting can never be properly understood without practicing it.
    Michael Chekhov
  • Objectivism is a philosophical movement; since politics is a branch of philosophy, Objectivism advocates certain political principles — specifically, those of laissez-faire capitalism — as the consequence and the ultimate practical application of its fundamental philosophical principles. It does not regard politics as a separate or primary goal, that is: as a goal that can be achieved without a wider ideological context. . . . Objectivists are not "conservatives." We are radicals for capitalism; we are fighting for that philosophical base which capitalism did not have and without which it was doomed to perish.
    Ayn Rand
  • It may be that the requirement of a preliminary approval by the Grand Jury, of all accusations of a serious nature, justified the boast that a man was presumed to be innocent until he was 'found' guilty; but that presumption certainly ceased to have practical application, so soon as the Grand Jury had returned a 'true bill'.
    Edward Jenks
  • You do not ask what is the value, or what is the use, of this feeling. Of what use is the universe? What is the practical application of a million galaxies? Yet just because it has no use, it has a use—which may sound like a paradox, but is not. What, for instance, is the use of playing music? If you play to make money, to outdo some other artist, to be a person of culture, or to improve your mind, you are not really playing—for your mind is not on the music. You don't swing. When you come to think of it, playing or listening to music is a pure luxury, an addiction, a waste of valuable time and money for nothing more than making elaborate patterns of sound.
    Alan Watts

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