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gym

noun     /dʒɪm/
[U] gymnastics, especially when done as a subject at school (尤指作為學校課程的)體操,健身操 a gym skirt 體操裙 gym shoes 體操鞋 Class 3 do gym on a Wednesday afternoon. 第三班在星期三的下午上體操課。 Gymnastics
[C] a large room with weights for lifting, horizontal bars and other equipment for exercising the body and increasing strength 健身房;體操館 I go to the gym twice a week. 我每星期都去健身房兩次。 Rooms
[U] US for physical education 體育課 Subjects and disciplines
(Definition of gym from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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