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From the English verb exercise:
exercising is:
   Gerund

exercising  Noun
  1. Translate "exercising" to Spanish: ejercitación, ejercicio, calistenia
    English Synonyms of "exercising": practice, calisthenics, callisthenics, training, exercitation, monkey drill, exercise
    Define meaning of "exercising": The activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit.
  2. The doctor recommended regular exercise.
    He did some exercising.
    The physical exertion required by his work kept him fit.

exercising  Adjective
  1. Translate "exercising" to Spanish: ejercitador, de ejercicios, de ejercitamiento, ejercitante
    English Synonyms of "exercising": training, workout

  2. Translate "exercising" to Spanish: que se ejercita

Conceptually-related expressions of "exercising"
exercise  Verb
Plural: exercises
  1. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercitar
    English Synonyms of "exercise": practice, practise
    Define meaning of "exercise": Learn by repetition. ; Carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions.
  2. She exercises her rights, Ella ejercita sus derechos.
    We drilled French verbs every day.
    Pianists practice scales.
    Practice law.

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  3. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: hacer ejercicio, ejercitarse, adiestrarse, hacer ejercicios
    English Synonyms of "exercise": work out, start doing some exercise, do exercise, start doing some exercising, train oneself
    Define meaning of "exercise": Do physical exercise.
  4. She works out in the gym every day.

  5. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercitar, entrenar
    English Synonyms of "exercise": drill, coach, qualify, train
    Define meaning of "exercise": Give a work-out to. ; Learn by repetition.
  6. Some parents exercise their infants.
    My personal trainer works me hard.
    Work one's muscles.
    We drilled French verbs every day.
    Pianists practice scales.

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  7. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercer, poner
    English Synonyms of "exercise": exert, apply, put, make with
    Define meaning of "exercise": Put to use. ; Carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions.
  8. Exert one's power or influence.
    Practice law.

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  9. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercer, profesar
    English Synonyms of "exercise": profess, wield, practice, practise
    Define meaning of "exercise": Carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions.
  10. She exercised her right, Ella ejerció su derecho.
    Practice law.

exercise  Noun
  1. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercicio, ejercitación
    English Synonyms of "exercise": exercising, practice, training, exercitation
    Define meaning of "exercise": The activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit. ; Systematic training by multiple repetitions.
  2. The doctor recommended regular exercise.
    He did some exercising.
    The physical exertion required by his work kept him fit.
    Practice makes perfect.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs


  3. Translate "exercise" to Spanish: ejercicio, entrenamiento
    English Synonyms of "exercise": workout, bodily training, drill, work-out, work-out session, workout session, physical jerk
    Define meaning of "exercise": The activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit.

Verb Conjugation for "exercise"
Gerund: exercising
Past Participle: exercised

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you

he/she/it

we

you

they

exercise

exercise

exercises

exercise

exercise

exercise

exercised

exercised

exercised

exercised

exercised

exercised

will exercise

will exercise

will exercise

will exercise

will exercise

will exercise

Conceptually-related expressions of "exercise"
active assisted exercise
active exercise
active resistance exercise
active resistive exercise
acute exercise
adjusted exercise price
aerobic exercise
aerobic exercises
aerobics exercise
aggregate exercise price
anaerobic exercise
application exercise
area in which jurisdiction is exercised
awareness exercise
bar exercises
bayonet exercises
body exercise
breathing exercise
breathing exercises
Buerger's postural exercises
chronic exercise
closed chain exercise
Codman's exercise
comprehension exercise
corrective exercise
crawling exercise
daily exercises
damage limitation exercise
deep breathing and coughing exercises
do exercise
do one's exercises
eccentric exercise
form of therapy that seeks to relieve stress and muscular tension through respiratory and mental exercises
Frenkel exercises
graded exercise test
graduated resistance exercise
graduation exercise
healthful exercise
intergroup exercise
isokinetic exercise
isometric exercise
isometric exercises
isotonic exercise
keep-fit exercises
Kegel exercise
Kegel exercises
Kegel's exercise
law of exercise
leg exercise
loosening-up exercises
Master's two-step exercise test
Master two-step exercise test
neurophysiological effect of exercise
nominal exercise price
open-chain exercise
passive exercise
pelvic floor exercise
personalized exercise program
physical exercise
physical exercises
postmastectomy exercises
practice one's exercises
preliminary exercise
progressive assistive exercise
progressive resistance exercise
psychological effect of exercise
psychophysiologic effect of exercise
pubococcygeus exercises
range of motion exercise
remedial exercises
remedy of amparo when exercised
rowing exercise machine
sit-up exercises
stabilization exercises
start doing some exercise
static exercise
strengthening exercises
test that records cardiovascular measurements while the heart is being stressed by exercises
therapeutic exercise
two-step exercise test
underwater exercise
wake-up exercise
warm-down exercises
warm-up exercise
warm-up exercises
warm up with exercises
WEO exercise
which exercises power
writing exercises
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