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1(healthiness)salud feminine(as a result of physical exercise) (buena) forma física feminine(as a result of physical exercise) (buen) estado físico masculine(test) (before noun) de estado físicofitness training — entrenamiento masculine
- I started my fitness and healthy nutrition regime to ease a medical condition.
- Many of those who got high scores in written tests failed the physical fitness test, officials said.
- There is good news for all those health, fitness and sports conscious people.
- All officers are required to meet exacting health and fitness standards before joining the service.
- The aim of exercise is to achieve a beneficial level of fitness and health, physically and mentally.
- The site features a variety of fitness and health tests.
- Our fitness, strength and conditioning were pretty slack after the World Cup, but we've improved.
- The results in the last three matches clearly bring to surface the lack of physical fitness in the unit.
- Organisers hope the project will make it easier for people to contact their GPs on health and fitness matters.
- Always a fit man, and proud of his physical fitness, he remained healthy and active into his early 90s.
- The company provides advisers to help staff with money matters and health and fitness services.
- Teachers want pupils to rediscover the art of skipping to encourage team play and to boost their health and fitness levels.
- Physical fitness and health is the main preoccupation of young women today.
- Five years ago Pilates was the buzz word on the health and fitness scene.
- Very soon, Ronald will be appearing for his physical fitness test and is sure to score full marks.
- This programme will incorporate fitness skills with a healthy eating programme.
- Not only is it a measure of their fitness condition but can even detect infection or illness.
- He's aced parts of the army physical fitness test and was admired by his superiors for his work ethic.
- Two other companies are expected to sign contracts to run a health and fitness club and a family restaurant later in the month.
- Questions were being asked about my health and fitness qualifications that I couldn't answer.
2(suitability)aptitud femininecapacidad feminine
- A dispute arose as to the quality and fitness for purpose of the machines.
- Of course, this led to some derogatory comments being made about our upbringing and fitness for mixed society.
- After one year, the men's fitness for military service will be subject to a final evaluation.
- Obviously the details of his family tree have no bearing on his fitness for office.
- Knowing what we do about the way he behaves does change what many of us think about his fitness for office.
- There is always an issue of fitness for purpose and general rights for a buyer of electrical goods.
- Similarly, will the guarantee of fitness for a particular purpose be appropriate?
- I suspect that this was supposed to be a savage attack on the prime minister's fitness for office.
- Do they not take responsibility for the efficiency or the practicability or the fitness for purpose of the design?
- Allegations that he abused his former wife call into question his fitness for the job.
- There's no legislative body that sets standards of safety and fitness for purpose on commercial software.
- One of the most important factors in design has to be fitness for purpose.
- Spotting a leather armchair, he walks around it a few times, as if checking its fitness for the task ahead.
- To keep the pressure off, however, she won't go public with more detail until she is certain of her fitness for each.
- But fitness for the purpose of an implant means fit to be put and left in your body, does it not?
- Such a reference would include material relevant to any issue of his fitness for trial.
- Even then, there may be revelations of private conduct that cast doubts on a politician's fitness for office.
- Finally, the EU is empowered with the last word on an applicant's fitness for membership.
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