What does the phrasal verb work out mean?
The phrasal verbal work out means to exercise. Work out refers to all different kinds of exercise. A person can work out with the trainer, work out at home, or even work out at the gym.
Here are some example sentences using the phrasal verb work out:
- Kate has a healthy lifestyle. She eats healthy food and works out at the gym twice a week.
- I am a little too tired to work out, so I think I’ll just take a walk in the park.
- Eddie is a pretty strong guy. I wonder how often he works out.
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