OTHER WORDS FROM aerobicaer·o·bi·cal·ly, adverbnon·aer·o·bic, adjective
How to use aerobic in a sentence
The crucial difference between so-called aerobic and anaerobic energy systems isn’t that one uses oxygen and the other doesn’t.What Does Your “Threshold” Really Mean?|Alex Hutchinson|December 2, 2020|Outside Online
This is because they are likely to have a lower aerobic capacity, less efficient sweat response and increased insulation due to higher amounts of body fat.How The Contraceptive Pill Could Help Female Athletes Stay Cool|LGBTQ-Editor|November 21, 2020|No Straight News
For our cardiac health, we know it’s important to do aerobic exercise, complete with sweating, huffing, and puffing.A Parent's Guide to Hiking with a Chatterbox|Ryan Van Bibber|November 7, 2020|Outside Online
A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that among people who engaged in aerobic exercise five or more times per week, upper respiratory tract infection decreased by 40% over 12 weeks.Staying fit is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic|jakemeth|October 5, 2020|Fortune
The 60-gram insulation is ideal for light aerobic fall adventures.7 of Our Favorite Men's and Women's Fall Layers|Jakob Schiller|October 3, 2020|Outside Online
(A) Sloped glucose formate agar, and incubate aerobically at 37° C.
Sloped glucose formate gelatine, and incubate aerobically at 20° C.
Incubate aerobically at 37° C. and examine daily up to the end of ten days.
In one instance the bacillus grew aerobically immediately upon isolation from the animal body.Contagious Abortion of Cows|Ward J. MacNeal
British Dictionary definitions for aerobic
Scientific definitions for aerobic
Cultural definitions for aerobic
In biology, a descriptive term for organisms that require the presence of oxygen to live. (Compare anaerobic.)