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The meaning of Exercises

ˈɛksəsʌɪz

Exercises – definition

noun

Activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness.

Usage examples:

Exercise improves your heart and lung power
noun

An activity carried out for a specific purpose.

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An exercise in public relations
noun

The use or application of a faculty, right, or process.

Usage examples:

The exercise of authority
verb

Use or apply (a faculty, right, or process).

Usage examples:

Control is exercised by the board
verb

Engage in physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness.

Usage examples:

She still exercised every day
verb

Occupy the thoughts of; worry or perplex.

Usage examples:

Macdougall was greatly exercised about the exchange rate
phrase

A ceremony that includes speeches and usually traditional music or activities

Usage examples:

Graduation exercises, he invited his grandparents to attend the commencement exercises at cornell u…

Exercises translation into English

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练习

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Opdrachten, Oefeningen

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Des exercices

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Übungen

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अभ्यास

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Esercizi

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수업 과정, 식, 군대의 연습, 연습문제

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Упражнения, Торжества

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Ejercicios, Ceremonias

Word origin

Middle English (in the sense ‘application of a right’): via Old French from Latin exercitium, from exercere ‘keep busy, practise’, from ex- ‘thoroughly’ + arcere ‘keep in or away’.

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