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運動, うんどう

  • undō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • motion
  • exercise

Examples of 運動,うんどう in a Sentence

The exercise took years off me.
He likes sports as well as study.
The doctor advised me to leave off jogging because it was excessive exercise.
Moderate exercise will refresh both mind and body.
Behind thermodynamics lie the movements of atoms and molecules following the laws of motion learned in the first volume.
Moderate exercises will make us feel good.
Rev. King led protests and demonstrations all over the country during the next few years.
Moderate exercise is necessary to health.
This incident led the movement to collapse.
This movement has not yet achieved all its goals, but it has already had considerable impact in many areas of male-female relations.

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