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in shape

  1. In good condition, repair; in a good state.
    • I guess I'd better get my room in shape if I have guests.
  2. (idiomatic) In a good state of physical fitness or bodily appearance.
    • I hope to get in shape for summer swimsuit season.
    • 1982, K.T. Oslin, "Younger Men"
      Whoa, look over here
      We got a cute little ol' runner to the right
      Blue shorts, no shirt
      You're looking good darling
      That's right, stay in shape

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