[strength, problem, activity] physique
→ Such a sport requires enormous physical strength.
→ Physical activity promotes good health.
→ the physical and mental problems caused by illness
[attraction, relationship] physique
→ The physical attraction between them was immediate.
[properties, characteristics] physique
→ the physical properties (weight, hardness, etc.) of substances
→ the physical characteristics of the terrain
[object, barrier, evidence] physique
→ the apparent ability of the mind to move physical objects
→ Physical and ideological barriers had come down in eastern Europe.
→ physical evidence to support the theory
→ physical similarities between the towns
[explanation, law] physique
→ There must be a physical explanation for it.
→ the physical laws of combustion and thermodynamics
(=physical examination) examen m médical → Bob failed his physical.
n éducation f physique
n examen m médical
n exercice m physique
n forme f physique
n géographie f physique
→ I enjoyed physical geography at school, especially glaciation.
n handicap m physique
n sciences fpl physiques
→ ... the rapid growth of interest in both the natural and physical sciences.
n (US) physiothérapeute m/f , kinésithérapeute m/f
n (US) physiothérapie f , kinésithérapie f