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aer·o·bics

 (â-rō′bĭks)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
1. A system of physical conditioning designed to enhance circulatory and respiratory efficiency that involves vigorous sustained exercise, such as jogging, swimming, or cycling.
2. A program of physical fitness that involves such exercise.

[From aerobic.]
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aerobics

(ɛəˈrəʊbɪks)
n
(functioning as singular) any system of sustained exercises designed to increase the amount of oxygen in the blood and strengthen the heart and lungs
aerˈobicist n
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aer•o•bics

(ɛəˈroʊ bɪks)

n.
(used with a pl. v.) any of various sustained exercises, as jogging, calisthenics, and vigorous dancing, designed esp. to stimulate and strengthen the heart.
[1965–70; probably shortened from aerobic exercises on the model of calisthenics]
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aerobics

a form of physical activity characterized by strenuous exercise of many muscle groups and intended to increase muscle tone and cardiovascular fitness. — aerobic, adj.
See also: Athletics
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aerobics - exercise that increases the need for oxygenaerobics - exercise that increases the need for oxygen
cardiopulmonary exercise - exercise intended to strengthen the circulatory system
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Translations
aerobik
aerobic
aerobic
aerobik
エアロビクス
에어로빅
aerobika
aerobics
แอโรบิกส์
thể dục nhịp điệu

aerobics

[ɛəˈrəʊbɪks] NPLaerobic msing
I do aerobicshago aerobic
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aerobics

[ɛəˈrəʊbɪks]
n
(= exercise) → aérobic f
(also aerobics class) → cours m d'aérobic
I'm going to aerobics tonight → Je vais au cours d'aérobic ce soir., Je vais à l'aérobic ce soir.
modif [instructor, teacher] → d'aérobic
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aerobics

n singAerobic nt; to do aerobicsAerobic machen
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aerobics

[ɛəˈrəʊbɪks] nsgaerobica
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aerobics

تـَمَارِينٌ رِيَاضِيَّة aerobik aerobic Aerobic αεροβική aerobic, aeróbica aerobic aérobic aerobik ginnastica aerobica エアロビクス 에어로빅 aerobics aerobic aerobik aeróbica аэробика aerobics แอโรบิกส์ aerobik thể dục nhịp điệu 有氧健身操
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aer·o·bics

n. aeróbic, técnica gimnástica que consiste en ejercicios y calistenia combinados con una rutina de baile.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

aerobics

npl aeróbic m, aeróbics mpl (esp. Mex), aeróbicos (esp. SA); low impact — aeróbic (aeróbics, aeróbicos) de bajo impacto
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