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A physical exercise in which one uses the abdominal muscles to raise the torso from a supine to a sitting position and then lies back down again without moving the legs.
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an exercise in which a person lies flat on the back, lifts the torso to a sitting position, and then lies flat again without changing the position of the legs: formerly done with the legs straight but now usu. done with the knees bent.
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|Noun||1.||sit-up - a stomach exercise in which a person sits up from a supine position without using the arms for leverage|
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sit-up[ˈsɪtʌp] N → abdominal m
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sit-upn ejercicio abdominal, abdominal m (fam)
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