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warm-up in Sport topic

warm-upˈwarm-up1 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DSAPDa set of gentle exercises you do to prepare your body for sport, dancing etc → warm up at warm22 → warm-ups
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warm-up• The sessions started with a modern dance class as a warm-up.• This proved to be only a warm-up.• Most silent is the dawn workout, a warm-up for the day, with 45 minutes of focus on technique.• a warm-up jacket• When I went out for warm-ups, I felt a rhythm and it felt good.• He had pulled a hamstring during his warm-up and had done well to patrol as relentlessly as he did for an hour.• Players wearing Kansas warm-ups were on the field.• The Oregon women go through their structured warm-up, an orchestrated set of drills, crisp and choreographed.• At the warm-up track, which was alongside the stadium, I had my usual massage and began my leisurely warm-up.• Bozek did the warm-up but sat out the game due to an injured back.