Definition of 'keep-fit'
Example sentences containing 'keep fit'
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He keeps fit by going to the gym. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was a really good experience but it was really just something to keep fit. The Sun (2012)Home pools are not just there for keeping fit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I climb trees to keep fit and go rock climbing. The Sun (2012)It's great for running, cycling and swimming or just keeping fit. The Sun (2016)Men of a certain age don't just want to keep fit; they want to stay young and beautiful. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I just hope to keep fit, keep healthy, working and just having a good time. The Sun (2013)
Translations for 'keep-fit'
British English: keep-fit /ˈkiːpˌfɪt/ NOUN
Keep-fit is the activity of keeping your body in good condition by doing special exercises.
- American English: keep-fit
- Arabic: رِيَّاضَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: manter-se em forma
- Chinese: 健身
- Croatian: tjelovježba
- Czech: cvičení tělesné
- Danish: motionstræning
- Dutch: fitness
- European Spanish: gimnasia de mantenimiento
- Finnish: kuntoilu
- French: remise en forme
- German: Fitnessübungen
- Greek: άσκηση για διατήρηση της φυσικής κατάστασης
- Italian: tenersi in forma
- Japanese: フィットネス運動
- Korean: 건강 체조
- Norwegian: mosjon
- Polish: kondycja
- European Portuguese: manter-se em forma
- Romanian: a se menține în formă
- Russian: поддержание физической формы
- Spanish: gimnasia de mantenimiento
- Swedish: motions-
- Thai: การออกกำลังกายอย่างสม่ำเสมอ
- Turkish: sağlıklı yaşam
- Ukrainian: бути у формі
- Vietnamese: bài tập giữ sức khỏe
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