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keep-fit

noun [U] uk   /ˌkiːpˈfɪt/ UK us  
physical exercises to keep your body healthy, often done regularly with other people: a keep-fit class
Translations of “keep-fit”
in Korean 건강을 위한 운동…
in Arabic لِياقة…
in Portuguese condicionamento físico…
in Catalan gimnàstica de manteniment…
in Japanese (健康維持のための)体操…
in Italian ginnastica per mantenersi in forma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 健身, 鍛煉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健身, 锻炼…
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