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  • v. lift weights
  • n. bodybuilding by exercise that involves lifting weights


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  • He writes: I weightlift regularly and have packed on quite a bit of muscle mass.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2007

  • In fact, I live in Germany, and I go to a fancy gym where the Berlin Philharmonic plays Mahler symphonies while I weightlift and there are no body wash dispensers in the bathroom but rather extremely well-built men in sarongs offering you gold-plated soap on a silver platter.

    Runner's World Magazine Daily News

  • He can, or could at least, weightlift 200 pounds plus his age, for example when he was 67 he benched 267 pounds.

    Swing State Project

  • The gym is banned, but Mark can still weightlift at home.

    Reality TV Magazine


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