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noun uk   us   /dʒɪm/
A2 [U] physical exercises and activities performed inside, often using equipment, especially when done as a subject at school: a gym skirt gym shoes Class 3 do gym on a Wednesday afternoon.A2 [C] (also gymnasium) a large room with equipment for exercising the body and increasing strength: We played 5-a-side soccer in the gym. [C] a club where you can go to exercise and keep fit: I go to the gym twice a week.
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