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Translation of "limber up" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

limber up

phrasal verb with limber /ˈlɪm.bər/ US  /-bɚ/ verb
to do gentle exercises to stretch the muscles in order to prepare the body for more active physical exercise (運動前)做伸展運動,做準備活動 The substitutes are beginning to limber up on the sidelines. 替補隊員開始在場邊做準備活動了。 Exercising and training
Translations of “limber up”
in Chinese (Simplified) (运动前)做伸展运动,做准备活动…
(Definition of limber up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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