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able-bodied

able-bodied

/ˈeɪbəɫˈbɑdid/
adjective
physically healthy and strong
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There is an able-bodied guy coming out of that car.

Even as an able-bodied man, he stumbled multiple times, and almost fell to his death.

We have Ryan, his able-bodied assistant.

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alive and kicking

alive and kicking

/ɐlˈaɪv ænd kˈɪkɪŋ/
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very active, energetic, and healthy

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a hundred per cent

a hundred per cent

/ɐ hˈʌndɹəd pɚ sˈɛnt/
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in a state of physical prime and complete health

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beauty sleep

beauty sleep

/bjˈuːɾi slˈiːp/
noun
a period of regular restful sleep that is considered enough to make one look healthy and pretty
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So there is objectively a thing called beauty sleep.

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bloom

bloom

/ˈbɫum/
noun
a cheerful, youthful, or healthy glow on someone's face
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This actually happens all the time, in events known as harmful algal blooms.

And we know that harmful algal blooms can be deadly.

And these kinds of bacterial blooms could have killed birds and bats, if they drank the toxic water.

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to bloom

to bloom

/ˈbɫum/
verb
to be or become healthy or happy
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Once the parents have been selected, they have to wait until the trees bloom in the spring.

The purple flowers bloom over a six week period from late September to early December.

When mindfulness embraces those we love, they bloom like flowers.

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to blossom

to blossom

/ˈbɫɑsəm/
verb
to start to be healthier, more successful, or confident
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They begin to blossom and move their arms about.

Our gut is like a garden in which we constantly decide, what will grow and blossom.

To see them just blossom and grow is really really cool.

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bouncing

bouncing

/ˈbaʊnsɪŋ/
adjective
energetic, confident, and lively
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" Nine months later, a bouncing baby Freddy was born.

If you move the paddle closer on each bounce, the bouncing will keep getting faster and faster.

That bouncing produces a bright haze as well as lens flare.

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circuit breaker

circuit breaker

/sˈɜːkɪt bɹˈeɪkɚ/
noun
restriction of movement of people that is imposed on them by the law intended to stop the spread of disease
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They have circuit breakers and fuses like you have in your car or a home.

Now go to the circuit breaker and turn the power back on.

So, let's go find that circuit breaker and make sure that this outlet is out.

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circulation

circulation

/ˈsɝkjəˌɫeɪʃən/
noun
the flow and movement of blood around and in all parts of the body
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Circulation grew quickly, partly because of the magazine's lack of competition.

The amount of money in circulation continues to grow.

Merchants from all over the continent met to trade their goods, but there was one problem: too many currencies in circulation.

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clean-living

clean-living

/klˈiːnlˈɪvɪŋ/
adjective
leading a healthy and morally acceptable lifestyle

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elbow bump

elbow bump

/ˈɛlboʊ bˈʌmp/
noun
a type of greeting during witch people touch their elbows together, particularly as an alternative to handshake
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That's all right, I'll give you an elbow bump.

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energy

energy

/ˈɛnɝdʒi/
noun
the physical and mental strength required for activity, work, etc.
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It can go very fast if the rider has enough energy to pedal hard.

The destructive energy of hail, she testifies, produces damage from above, not from the side.

There was energy in his voice and a strange light in his eyes. '

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exercise

exercise

/ˈɛksɝˌsaɪz/
noun
the activity we do to make our body strong and healthy
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The pupils began to write in their exercise-books, and for a long time nobody spoke.

It's simply an exercise in building confidence and strength.

The recruits do some light exercises, like rolling their heads in a circular motion and running in place.

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fine

fine

/ˈfaɪn/
adjective
feeling well; in good health
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Well, I'm Josiah Bounderby of Coketown, and I don't care about fine families.

Now you know, this good lady is a grand lady, a high lady from a fine family.

If you're given a chance you'll ask for fine horses and gold spoons, too.

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fit

fit

/ˈfɪt/
adjective
in good health; healthy and strong, especially due to regular physical exercise
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No, I don't think he's fit for presidency.

His new mommy had medical professional training and it's a really good fit.

It could be molded to fit individual mouths, and it could securely hold artificial teeth.

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fitness

fitness

/ˈfɪtnəs/
noun
the state of being healthy and in a good physical condition
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I said this last year, but I wanted to get back into fitness.

It's the measure of success for fitness and physical ability when cadets graduate from Depot.

The star duo of supermodel and elite athlete naturally dedicate some resources to health and fitness.

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to flourish

to flourish

/ˈfɫɝɪʃ/
verb
to grow or develop in a healthy and successful way
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I hope that gives you the encouragement that you need to go out and flourish and spread your wings.

Avocado orchards require an extraordinary amount of costly resources in order to flourish.

Monreal says that Europe's ambitious environmental goals provide unique incentives for this type of technology to flourish.

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form

form

/ˈfɔɹm/
noun
the state of being healthy and in one's physical prime
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The earliest form of navigation was land navigation.

"It's actually a form of abuse "and you are very correct in getting upset. "

and I already have the form

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to glow

to glow

/ˈɡɫoʊ/
verb
(of a person's face) to look lively and healthy, specifically as a result of training and exercising
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When thrusters C, D, and E are on, the Fuel gauge glows and the Gravitometer spins.

Shortly after the Fuel gauge glows and the Gravitometer spins, the Reactor leaks.

Another screen outside the tube was glowing.

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good

good

/ˈɡʊd/, /ɡɪd/
adjective
healthy and in good physical condition
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The ads will certainly emphasize things like good taste, easy preparation, and high nutrition.

He was born into a noble family that owned a good deal of land.

There is some debate about whether this is a good thing.

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health

health

/ˈhɛɫθ/
noun
a state of being well; to have no illness
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Malaria is a serious health problem.

Good health may sell cereals but not pens; while humor may sell pens, but not watches.

Maybe the ads will invoke the authority of a famous baby doctor to emphasize the health appeal.

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healthy

healthy

/ˈhɛɫθi/
adjective
being well; having no sickness, or physical or mental problem
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They want their babies to be healthy; 2.

It explicitly directs a mother to feed a Healthy Start meal to her baby.

The objective was to isolate the healthy nerves that once controlled movement in Jesse's left arm.

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heartbeat

heartbeat

/ˈhɑɹtˌbit/
noun
the rhythmic movement of the heart while it is pumping blood
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" It recognizes the driver by their heartbeat and breathing patterns.

But there's one thing where big and small things are very similar: Heartbeats.

Mammals tend to have a similar amount of heartbeats, over their lifetime.

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heart rate

heart rate

/hˈɑːɹt ɹˈeɪt/
noun
the number of times one's heart fills with and pumps out blood in one minute
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I like to compare them to a monitor in the hospital that shows someone’s heart rate.

This triggers the release of a hormone called acetylcholine that decreases the heart rate and gradually winds down the panic attack.

This is the baby's heart rate.

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