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exercise

noun
 
 
/ˈeksəsaɪz/
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY [C, U] A2 physical activity that you do to make your body strong and healthy
ćwiczenie (fizyczne), ruch, aktywność fizyczna
Swimming is my favourite form of exercise. Let's do some stretching exercises to start with.Exercising and training
TEST [C] a piece of written work that helps you learn something
ćwiczenie
For your homework, please do exercise 3 on page 24.Exams, tests and exercises
ACTIVITY WITH PURPOSE [C] A2 an activity which is intended to achieve a particular thing
działanie
The whole point of the exercise was to get people to share their ideas. a team-building exercise.Using and misusing
MILITARY [C] a set of actions that a group of soldiers do to practise their skills
ćwiczenie
The cadets are out on military exercises.Military training and ceremonies
USE [U] formal the use of something such as a power or right
wykorzystanie
Using and misusing
(Definition of exercise noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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