Definition of 'gym'
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The very worst time to join a gym. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Mobiles are not allowed in the training ground gym or dressing room. The Sun (2016)Or joining a gym for a bit and then quitting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Alternatively there are tons of free phone apps to help you get in shape without a costly gym membership. The Sun (2016)First it was gyms, spas and swimming pools. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Haven't had time to hit the gym this year? The Sun (2017)There are spacious communal areas, a swimming pool and gym. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It's housed in an old industrial unit, with an office at the front and a large gym space at the rear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A spokeswoman said:'This increase in home gym equipment sales suggests more of the nation are exercising at home. The Sun (2017)We moved that to the school gym. Christianity Today (2000)Suggest tackling his weight problem together by joining a gym. The Sun (2006)You want a gym in your room? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ditch gym membership and get a dog. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Many larger organisations offer gym deals to their employees. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What he wants most is his gym equipment. The Sun (2009)He may have to let that gym membership lapse next year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There will be a health centre with a pool and a gym. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We all know we can go to the gym to make the body beautiful. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Maybe she planned to hit the gym afterwards. The Sun (2014)Proposals include safer parks and green spaces so families can exercise without costly gym fees. The Sun (2016)We go to the gym or to school. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Join the gym closest to your work or go for a jog. BE YOUR BEST: How Anyone can become Fit, Healthy and Confident (2002)The budget gym clubs are few and far between at present but will carve out a niche. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They have to invent a new piece of gym equipment. The Sun (2009)Gym membership can also provide options for multiple activities. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The spa has an indoor pool and gym and offers health and beauty treatments. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was no daytime except for going to the gym and dancing. The Sun (2012)Like do you hit the virtual gym to ramp up your fitness? The Sun (2008)There is also a fully equipped gym, beauty spa and hair salon. The Sun (2011)The week before she gave birth she joined a gym to get rid of the excess pounds she seemed to be piling on. The Sun (2010)As well as accommodation, the venues have large gyms and a restaurant and bar. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is a spa, gym and tennis courts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'gym'
British English: gym /dʒɪm/ NOUN
A gym is a club or room, usually containing special equipment, where people can exercise.
Twice a week, I go to the gym.
- American English: gym
- Arabic: جِمْنازِيوم
- Brazilian Portuguese: academia de ginástica
- Chinese: 体育馆
- Croatian: teretana
- Czech: tělocvična
- Danish: motionscenter
- Dutch: fitnesscentrum
- European Spanish: gimnasio
- Finnish: kuntosali
- French: gym
- German: Fitness-Studio
- Greek: γυμναστήριο
- Italian: palestra
- Japanese: ジム
- Korean: 체육관
- Norwegian: treningssenter
- Polish: gimnastyka
- European Portuguese: ginásio
- Romanian: sală de sport
- Russian: гимнастический зал
- Spanish: gimnasio
- Swedish: gym
- Thai: โรงยิม
- Turkish: jimnastik salonu
- Ukrainian: спортзал
- Vietnamese: phòng tập
Definition of gym from the Collins English Dictionary
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