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physical education

noun
1.
systematic instruction in sports, exercises, and hygiene given as part of a school or college program.
Origin
1830-1840
1830-40
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Examples for physical education
  • We should also see that all of our kids receive a quality, daily period of physical education in their school.
  • She's a student at a local college, studying physical education.
  • Law to back disabled in sports, physical education sought.
  • In this data-driven world of education, history is unfortunately following the path of physical education.
  • Questions and answers regarding physical education.
  • physical education teaches students the importance and value of physically active lifestyles.
  • There are a variety of benefits gained through physical education.
British Dictionary definitions for physical education

physical education

noun
1.
training and practice in sports, gymnastics, etc, as in schools and colleges PE
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physical education in Medicine

physical education n.
Abbr. phys. ed., phys ed
Education in the care and development of the human body, stressing athletics and including hygiene.

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