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Difference between 'Practical' and 'Practicable'


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Practical
Practical is the antonym of theoretical or ideal.

Practicable
Practicable means feasible that which can be done.


Sample Usage

Practical
1. He made a few practical suggestions which were liked by all.
2. Her knowledge is practical rather than theoretical.
3. You must try to find a practical answer to the problem.
4. He is very practical person.

Practicable
1. What you suggest is not practicable.
2. A practicable plan.
3. A practicable solution.


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