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physical education

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Education, Sport
physical educationˌphysical eduˈcation noun [uncountable]  SEDS (abbreviation PE) sport and physical exercise that are taught as a school subject
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physical educationWhat teaching quality might look like in drama, physical education, music and art, for instance, scarcely gets a mention.The maximum capacity for students in the girls' physical education locker room is 30.Third period, after the usual hallway crush, is physical education.Yet in 13 of the 63, music or physical education, or both, have more than one.He retired as head of the men's physical education department at Central Missouri State University in 1976.She went on dialysis and discovered her life as a high school physical education teacher and athlete would be severely restricted.This is when the physical education program takes place as well, including a fair number of intramural sports.Indeed, freedom of movement and a certain degree of exhilaration are essentials of all true physical education.
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