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Meaning of EXERCISE

Pronunciation:  'eksur`sIz

 
Matching Terms:  exercisable, exercise bike, exercise device, exercise set, exercise, bodily, exercise, left as an, exerciser, exercisible, exercising, exercising weight

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 Definition: Dreaming that you are exercising means your worries about your health. You may be concerned about fitting into society's ideals of beauty. Alternatively, the dream may also indicate that you need to exercise your rights and power in some situation.
 
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