[ ig-zur-si-tey-shuh n ]
/ ɪgˌzɜr sɪˈteɪ ʃən /
exercise or exertion, as of the faculties or powers of the body or mind: an exercitation of the imagination.
practice or training: exercitations in logical thinking.
the performance of a religious observance; an act of worship.
a disquisition or discourse performed as a display of skill.
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Examples from the Web for exercitation
Those who learn by "use and exercitation," on the other hand, acquire languages more quickly and with better results.
British Dictionary definitions for exercitation
/ (ɪɡˌzɜːsɪˈteɪʃən) /
a rare word for exercise
Word Origin for exercitation
C14: from Latin exercitātiō, from exercitāre frequentative of exercēre to exercise
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