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English translation of 'exercice'

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exercice

[ɛɡzɛʀsis ]
masculine noun
1.  (mise en pratique) practice
2.  (sport) exercise
faire de l’exercice to exerciseto do exercise
exercices d’assouplissement exercises to increase suppleness
3.  (Military) drill
4.  (tâche, travail) exercise
5.  [de métier, fonction] exercise
en exercice [juge] in office; [médecin] practising
dans l’exercice de ses fonctions in the discharge of his duties
6.  (Business, Administration) (période) accounting period

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Example Sentences Including 'exercice'

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A chaque étape, cette lutte diplomatique est pour nous un exercice épuisant, mais le voyage y trouvera une dimension extraordinaire.
Collectif (Edel, Patrick & Wolfram, Bernard) Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Cet exercice de concen tration m'a tant de fois sauvée dans le passé.
Bombardier, Denise Tremblement de coeur
En revanche, elle a décidé que la prescription était suspendue durant l'exercice de ses fonctions.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Eux, ils faisaient attention à l'exercice pour lequel ils étaient notés.
Marie Claire
Ils vont croire à la farce, tant le secret a imprégné l'exercice quotidien de leur métier.
Léauthier, André & Ploquin, Frédéric Les flics, 120 000 inconnus
Les officiers américains évitent soigneusement de parler de tout lien entre l'exercice et les menaces de Washington contre l'Irak.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Pour cet exercice " en temps réel ", le camp militaire est une ville tranquille de province.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)

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'exercice' in Other Languages

British English: exercise /ˈɛksəˌsaɪz/ NOUN
physical When you do exercise, you move your body so that you can keep healthy and strong.
Running and swimming are both good exercise.
  • American English: exercise
  • Arabic: رِيَاضَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: exercício
  • Chinese: 练习
  • Croatian: tjelovježba
  • Czech: cvičení
  • Danish: øvelse
  • Dutch: lichaamsbeweging
  • European Spanish: ejercicio
  • Finnish: liikunta
  • French: exercice
  • German: körperliche Bewegung
  • Greek: άσκηση
  • Italian: esercizio
  • Japanese: 運動 身体
  • Korean: 운동
  • Norwegian: trening
  • Polish: ćwiczenie
  • European Portuguese: exercício
  • Romanian: exercițiu fizic
  • Russian: упражнение
  • Latin American Spanish: ejercicio
  • Swedish: övning
  • Thai: การออกกำลังกาย
  • Turkish: egzersiz
  • Ukrainian: зарядка
  • Vietnamese: tập thể dục
British English: exercise /ˈɛksəˌsaɪz/ NOUN
school work An exercise is something you do to practise what you have learnt.
We did a maths exercise.
  • American English: exercise
  • Arabic: مـُمَارَسَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: exercício
  • Chinese: 习题
  • Croatian: vježba
  • Czech: cvičeníúkol
  • Danish: opgave
  • Dutch: oefening
  • European Spanish: ejercicio
  • Finnish: harjoitus
  • French: exercice
  • German: Übung
  • Greek: άσκηση
  • Italian: esercizio
  • Japanese: 練習
  • Korean: 연습문제
  • Norwegian: øvelse
  • Polish: ćwiczenia
  • European Portuguese: exercício
  • Romanian: exercițiu
  • Russian: упражнение
  • Latin American Spanish: ejercicio
  • Swedish: övning
  • Thai: แบบฝึกหัด
  • Turkish: alıştırma
  • Ukrainian: вправа
  • Vietnamese: bài tập

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