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gymnasium

noun   /dʒɪmˈneɪ.zi.əm/ ( also gym) formal
a large room with equipment for exercising the body and increasing strength gimnasio 365222
(Definition of gymnasium from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gymnasium

noun /dʒimˈneiziəm/ ( plurals gymnasiums, gymnasia //)
a building or room with equipment for physical exercise. gimnasio
gymnast /ˈdʒimnӕst/ noun
a person who does gymnastics. gimnasta
gymnastic /-ˈnӕs-/ adjective
of gymnastics. gimnástico
gymnastics /-ˈnӕs-/ noun singular
physical exercises usually done in a gymnasium with certain types of equipment. gimnasia
(Definition of gymnasium from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “gymnasium”
in Vietnamese phòng tập thể dục…
in Malaysian gimnasium…
in Thai โรงพลศึกษา…
in French gymnase…
in German die Turnhalle…
in Chinese (Simplified) 体育馆, 健身房…
in Turkish spor salonu…
in Russian гимнастический зал…
in Indonesian ruang senam, gedung olah raga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 體育館, 健身房…
in Polish sala gimnastyczna…
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