(a) use of any part of the body or mind so as to strengthen and improve it
a question or set of questions of
use or application
series of movements or operations for training troops, etc.
take exercise; go through exercises; train
employ; make use of; carry out in action; perform
"the doctor recommended regular exercise"
"he did some exercising"
"the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
"he warned against the use of narcotic drugs"
"skilled in the utilization of computers"
"practice makes perfect"
"you must work the examples at the end of each chapter in the textbook"
"exert one's power or influence"
"Some parents exercise their infants"
"My personal trainer works me hard"
"work one's muscles"
"this puzzle will exercise your mind"
"She works out in the gym every day"
"We drilled French verbs every day"
"Pianists practice scales"
Reconstructed historically, often not without the exercise of considerable historical skill.
出自： R. G. Collingwood
The exercise of the right of self-determination cannot be denied.
出自：New York Times
He exercised great ingenuity in disguising old sets so that they looked new.
出自： W. S. Maugham
Kerensky's final defeat exercised a highly divisive effect on Western opinion.
出自： G. F. Kennan
Garrick and Kean exercise a spell on us.
出自： R. Lynd
He exercises himself in boxing once a week.
She exercises herself in drawing every day.
All student teachers should be exercised in the new methods of reading instruction.
If the horses are exercised in jumping the fences every day, they will give no trouble in the actual race.
Many people think that the government exercises too much power over people's ordinary activities.
We take exercise every morning.
Walking is a good exercise.
误 I want to exercise throwing hand-grenades.
正 I want to exercise myself in throwing hand-grenades.