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Spanish translation of “physical”

physical

adjective /ˈfizikəl/
of the body
físico
Doing exercises is one form of physical fitness.
of things that can be seen or felt the physical world. of the laws of nature
físico
It’s a physical impossibility for a man to fly like a bird.
relating to the natural features of the surface of the Earth
físico
physical geography.
relating to physics
físico
physical chemistry.
physically adverb
físicamente
Physically, he is very strong.
physical education noun (also PE) physical training (gymnastics) and sport taught as a subject at school.
educación física, gimnasia
(Definition of physical from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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