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Meaning of “press-up” - Learner’s Dictionary

press-up

noun [C]   /ˈpresʌp/ UK ( US push-up)
a physical exercise in which you lie facing the floor and use your hands to push your body up: I did forty press-ups yesterday.Exercising and training
Translations of “press-up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 伏地挺身…
in Russian отжимание (на руках)…
in Turkish şınav…
in Chinese (Simplified) 俯卧撑…
in Polish pompka…
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