See also: Aerobic and aérobic

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EtymologyEdit

French aérobie, coined in 1863 by Louis Pasteur, from Ancient Greek ἀήρ(aḗr, air) + βίος(bíos, life) +‎ -ic.

AdjectiveEdit

aerobic ‎(not comparable)

  1. Living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen e.g. aerobic bacteria.
  2. Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body e.g. aerobic exercise.
  3. Of or relating to aerobics.

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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English aerobics.

NounEdit

aerobic

  1. aerobics

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of aerobic (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative aerobic aerobicit
genitive aerobicin aerobicien
partitive aerobicia aerobiceja
illative aerobiciin aerobiceihin
singular plural
nominative aerobic aerobicit
accusative nom. aerobic aerobicit
gen. aerobicin
genitive aerobicin aerobicien
partitive aerobicia aerobiceja
inessive aerobicissa aerobiceissa
elative aerobicista aerobiceista
illative aerobiciin aerobiceihin
adessive aerobicilla aerobiceilla
ablative aerobicilta aerobiceilta
allative aerobicille aerobiceille
essive aerobicina aerobiceina
translative aerobiciksi aerobiceiksi
instructive aerobicein
abessive aerobicitta aerobiceitta
comitative aerobiceineen

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NounEdit

aerobic m ‎(plural aerobics)

  1. aerobics