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(ˈdʒæz ərˌsaɪz)
vigorous dancing done to jazz dance music as an exercise for physical fitness.
[1985–90; jazz + (ex)ercise]
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The fitness center features a gym and a dance studio for yoga, Zumba and jazzercise classes.
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