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aerobicsnoun [U]

uk   /eəˈrəʊ.bɪks/  us   /erˈoʊ.bɪks/
energeticphysicalexercises, often ​performed with a ​group of ​people to ​music, that make the ​heart, ​lungs, and ​musclesstronger and ​increase the ​amount of oxygen in the ​blood: She does aerobics. I go to aerobics (= to a ​class where we are ​taught such ​exercises)once a ​week. an aerobics ​instructor/​teacher
aerobic
adjective uk   /eəˈrəʊ.bɪk/  us   /erˈoʊ.bɪk/
aerobic exercise
(Definition of aerobics from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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aerobicsnoun [U]

 us   /eəˈroʊ·bɪks/
energeticphysicalexercises that make the ​heart, ​lungs, and ​musclesstronger and ​increase the ​amount of ​oxygen in the ​blood: I do aerobics and ​weighttraining at the ​gym.
aerobic
adjective [not gradable]  us   /eəˈroʊ·bɪk/
aerobic ​exercise
(Definition of aerobics from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “aerobics”
in Arabic رياضَة الإيروبيك…
in Korean 에어로빅…
in Portuguese aeróbica…
in Catalan aeròbic…
in Japanese エアロビクス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有氧健身法, 有氧运动…
in Turkish topluca müzik eşliğinde yapılan fiziksel ekzersiz…
in Russian аэробика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有氧健身法, 有氧運動…
in Italian aerobica…
in Polish aerobik…
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