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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: gymnastics

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Gymnastik {f}Femininum (die) [Sport, med.] gymnastics
Leibesübungen {pl}Plural (die) [Sport, veraltend] (Gymnastik) gymnastics
Sportgymnastik {f}Femininum (die) [Sport] gymnastics
Turnen {n}Neutrum (das) [Sport] gymnastics
Turnensport {m}Maskulinum (der) gymnastics
Turnverein {m}, TV {m}Maskulinum (der) [Sport] gymnastics club
Turnverband {m}Maskulinum (der) [Sport] gymnastics association
Turnmatte {f}Femininum (die) [Sport] gymnastics mat
Rhönrad {n}Neutrum (das) [Sport] gymnastics wheel
Gymnastikschuhe {pl}Plural (die) gymnastics shoes
Gymnastikschuh {m}Maskulinum (der) gymnastics shoe
Gymnastikschuh {m}Maskulinum (der) gymnastics slipper
Gymnastikschuhe {pl}Plural (die) gymnastics slippers
Gymnastikschläppchen {n}Neutrum (das) gymnastics slipper
Gymnastikschläppchen {pl}Plural (die) gymnastics slippers
Geräte-Täppeli {n}Neutrum (das) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschläppchen) gymnastics slipper
Gerätetäppeli {n}Neutrum (das) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschläppchen) gymnastics slipper
Geräte-Täppeli {pl}Plural (die) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschläppchen) gymnastics slippers
Gerätetäppeli {pl}Plural (die) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschläppchen) gymnastics slippers
Geräteschuh {m}Maskulinum (der) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschuh) gymnastics shoe
Geräteschuhe {pl}Plural (die) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschuhe) gymnastics shoes
Geräteschuhe {pl}Plural (die) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschuhe) gymnastics slippers
Geräteschuh {m}Maskulinum (der) [schweiz.] (Gymnastikschuh) gymnastics slipper
Gymnastikteam {n}Neutrum (das) [Sport] gymnastics team
Gymnastikgruppe {f}Femininum (die) [Sport, med.] gymnastics group


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This order of education should be reversed; it should begin with gymnastics in youth, and as the man strengthens, he should increase the gymnastics of his soul.
As in training them for war, the young dogs should at first only taste blood; but when the necessary gymnastics are over which during two or three years divide life between sleep and bodily exercise, then the education of the soul will become a more serious matter.
—say, twice the time required for the gymnastics of the body; six, or perhaps five years, to commence at thirty, and then for fifteen years let the student go down into the den, and command armies, and gain experience of life.
He is self-asserting and ill-educated, yet fond of literature, although not himself a speaker,—fierce with slaves, but obedient to rulers, a lover of power and honour, which he hopes to gain by deeds of arms,—fond, too, of gymnastics and of hunting.
In childhood and youth their study, and what philosophy they learn, should be suited to their tender years: during this period while they are growing up towards manhood, the chief and special care should be given to their bodies that they may have them to use in the service of philosophy; as life advances and the intellect begins to mature, let them increase the gymnastics of the soul; but when the strength of our citizens fails and is past civil and military duties, then let them range at will and engage in no serious labour, as we intend them to live happily here, and to crown this life with a similar happiness in another.
At the age when the necessary gymnastics are over: the period whether of two or three years which passes in this sort of training is useless for any other purpose; for sleep and exercise are unpropitious to learning; and the trial of who is first in gymnastic exercises is one of the most important tests to which our youth are subjected.
Suppose, I said, the study of philosophy to take the place of gymnastics and to be continued diligently and earnestly and exclusively for twice the number of years which were passed in bodily exercise—will that be enough?
In the honour given to rulers, in the abstinence of the warrior class from agriculture, handicrafts, and trade in general, in the institution of common meals, and in the attention paid to gymnastics and military training—in all these respects this State will resemble the former.
By gymnastics and careful attention to his health he had brought himself to such a point that in spite of his excess in pleasure he looked as fresh as a big glossy green Dutch cucumber.
"Why, have you been going in for gymnastics again?"


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