Health meaning

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Physical and mental well-being; freedom from disease, pain, or defect; normalcy of physical and mental functions; soundness.
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Condition of body or mind.

Good or bad health.

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The definition of health is physical and mental wellness or a condition of well-being.

An example of health is what is checked during a physical.

An example of health is the state of the financial market.

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A condition of optimal well-being.

Concerned about the ecological health of the area.

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The state of being free from physical or psychological disease, illness, or malfunction; wellness. [from 11th c.]

I think she suffers from autism, ADHD or some other mental health problem.

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Soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from disease or abnormality.
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Good condition. Good shape. Health generally applies to people, but the term is also used for hardware. For example, in a cluster of hardware, the software can migrate to a "healthy node" if one fails. See antivirus program, behavior detection, SMART HDD, health app, fitness tracker and healthcare IT.
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A state of well-being or balance, often physical but sometimes also mental and social; the overall level of function of an organism from the cellular (micro) level to the social (macro) level.
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The overall condition of an organism at a given time.
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A condition of optimal well-being.

Concerned about the ecological health of the area.

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A wish for someone's good health, often expressed as a toast.
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A wish for a person's health and happiness, as in drinking a toast.
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Soundness or vitality, as of a society.
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The overall condition of an organism at a given time.
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Soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from disease or abnormality.
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Physical condition.
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(countable) A toast to prosperity. [from 17th c.]
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Origin of health

  • Middle English helthe from Old English hǣlth kailo- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle English helthe, from Old English hǣlþ.

    From Wiktionary