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Origin of workout
Words nearby workout
Example sentences from the Web for workout
Surenos are told when to workout, who to associate with and how to distribute any funds they make from illegal activity.The Mexican Mafia Is the Daddy of All Street Gangs|Seth Ferranti|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A workout bench: they would lift weights in between sessions.
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On the day of the competition, Catanzaro goes through the workout one more time.'American Ninja Warrior' May Crown Its First Female Winner Kacy Catanzaro|Rich Goldstein|September 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While the alpha-version of the Amiigo only recognized about half of the movements in our workout, that was good news.
I'll let it leak out that I'm only sending Zanzibar for a workout and to see whether he's improved any over last season.
Brad, who witnessed the workout, reported to the Cubs that the team had improved considerably.Dan Carter and the Cub Honor|Mildred A. Wirt
Except for flecks of foam and sweat upon his arching neck, he seemed as though he had just come out of the barn for a workout.History of the Kentucky Derby, 1875-1921|John Lawrence O'Connor
"Must be figuring to give him a workout and a race all at once," said the chalk merchants.
British Dictionary definitions for workout
Idioms and Phrases with workout
Accomplish by work or effort, as in I think we can work out a solution to this problem. [1500s] For work out all right, see turn out all right.
Find a solution for, solve, as in They hoped to work out their personal differences, or Can you help me work out this equation? [Mid-1800s]
Formulate or develop, as in We were told to work out a new plan, or He's very good at working out complicated plots. [Early 1800s]
Discharge a debt by working instead of paying money, as in She promised she'd work out the rest of the rent by baby-sitting for them. [Second half of 1600s]
Prove effective or successful, as in I wonder if their marriage will work out.
Have a specific result, add up, as in It worked out that she was able to go to the party after all, or The total works out to more than a million. [Late 1800s]
Engage in strenuous exercise for physical conditioning, as in He works out with weights every other day. [1920s]
Exhaust a resource, such as a mine, as in This mine has been completely worked out. [Mid-1500s]