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exercise

noun /ˈeksəsaiz/
training or use (especially of the body) through action or effort
exercice
Swimming is one of the healthiest forms of exercise Take more exercise.
an activity intended as training
exercice
ballet exercises spelling exercises.
a series of tasks, movements etc for training troops etc
manoeuvre
His battalion is on an exercise in the mountains.
(Definition of exercise from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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