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exercise

verb
 
 
/ˈeksəsaɪz/
BODY [I, T] A2 to do physical activities to make your body strong and healthy
idman/spor/egzersiz yapmak
I try to exercise every day.Exercising and training
USE [T] formal to use a power, right, or ability
yapmak, uygulamak; gücü/hakkı/yeteneği kullanmak
You should always exercise your right to vote.Using and misusing
Translations of “exercise”
in Arabic يَتَدَرَّب, يَتَمَرَّن…
in Korean 운동…
in Malaysian menunjukkan…
in French exercer…
in Italian fare del moto, allenarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 做健康的運動, 鍛鍊, 運動…
in Russian делать зарядку, осуществлять, применять…
in Polish ćwiczyć, korzystać z…
in Vietnamese sử dụng…
in Spanish ejercitar, ejercer…
in Portuguese exercitar-se…
in Thai ใช้…
in German üben…
in Catalan fer exercici…
in Japanese 運動する…
in Indonesian menggunakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 做健康的运动, 锻炼, 运动…
(Definition of exercise verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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