warm-up exercise meaning, warm-up exercise definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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warm-up

  
     ( warm-ups    plural  ) A warm-up is something that prepares you for an activity or event, usually because it is a short practice or example of what the activity or event will involve.      n-count   usu sing, oft N for n, N n  
The exercises can be fun and a good warm-up for the latter part of the programme..., The criticism was merely a warm-up for what is being prepared for the finance minister...     
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warm up, warm, war, water jump

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exp.
someone who spends very few time with his wife/ her husband because of the partner's preoccupation with physical exercise
n.
a totally pointless endeavor
n.
a feeling of happiness, satisfaction, well-being
E.g: Nothing compares to the warm fuzzies you get when seeing again your old friends.
n.
an exercise consisting in controlled downward and/or forward movement, used for weight training

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