Aerobic meaning

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The definition of aerobic is needing oxygen for life or activity.

Humans, dogs and elephants are each an example of an aerobic organism.

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Relating to or used in aerobics.

Aerobic shoes.

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Designating or involving exercise, such as running or swimming, that conditions the heart and lungs by increasing the efficiency of oxygen intake by the body.
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Able to live, grow, or take place only where free oxygen is present.
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Of or produced by aerobes.
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Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body.

Aerobic exercise.

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Relating to or used in aerobics.

Aerobic shoes.

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Occurring in the presence of oxygen or requiring oxygen to live. In aerobic respiration, which is the process used by the cells of most organisms, the production of energy from glucose metabolism requires the presence of oxygen.
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Living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen e.g. aerobic bacteria.
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Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body e.g. aerobic exercise.
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Of, or relating to aerobics.
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Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body.

Aerobic exercise.

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Origin of aerobic

  • French aérobie, coined in 1863 by Louis Pasteur, from Ancient Greek ἀήρ (aēr, “air”) + βίος (bios, “life”) +‎ -ic.

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