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aerobics

noun [U]     /eəˈrəʊ.bɪks/ US  /erˈoʊ-/
energetic physical exercises, often performed with a group of people to music, which make the heart, lungs and muscles stronger and increase the amount of oxygen in the blood 有氧健身法;有氧运动 She does aerobics. 她做有氧健身操。 I go to aerobics (= to a class where we are taught such exercises) once a week. 我每周去一次有氧健身操训练班。 an aerobics instructor/teacher 有氧健身操教练/教师 Exercising and training
aerobic     /eəˈrəʊ.bɪk/ US  /erˈoʊ-/ adjective
aerobic exercise 有氧健身操 Exercising and training
Translations of “aerobics”
in Korean 에어로빅…
in Arabic رياضَة الإيروبيك…
in Portuguese aeróbica…
in Catalan aeròbic…
in Japanese エアロビクス…
in Italian aerobica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有氧健身法, 有氧運動…
in Russian аэробика…
in Turkish topluca müzik eşliğinde yapılan fiziksel ekzersiz…
in Polish aerobik…
(Definition of aerobics from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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