Relating to the body as opposed to the mind
A medical examination to determine a person’s bodily fitness
mental and physical well-being
An ultimate component particle of which material substances are composed or into which they may be physically divided.
An indication of disease that can detected during examination of a patient by visual inspection, palpation, auscultation, percussion, etc.
Not relating to or concerning the body
Become aggressive or violent
Both ethical and physical in character; relating to both ethics and the physical world.
An influence acting within the physical world, a force of nature; a mechanical force.
An object that exists in space and time and that can be perceived through the senses or detected by instruments.
The branch of optics concerned with the properties of light itself (as distinguished from the function of sight); especially the part of this dealing with wave theory and the phenomena explained by it (e.g. interference and diffraction).
A point in the physical world, i.e. one having a very small spatial extent (often contrasted with mathematical point); a mass occupying such a point.
Energetic exercises done as part of a fitness routine
Of or relating to mechanical and physical processes; specifically of, relating to, or designating a philosophy that explains all phenomena as the outcome of the motions and interactions of matter in accordance with physical laws.
The branch of astronomy concerned with physical properties of celestial objects; the application of the techniques and theories of physics to astronomy.
An advocate or exponent of physical culture.
The study of the formation of rocks and the physical changes they undergo, as distinct from palaeontology.
Natural theology, especially = physico-theology.
= physical training.
The branch of chemistry concerned with the application of the techniques and theories of physics to the study of chemical systems
The development of the body by exercise
Instruction in physical exercise and games, especially in schools
The branch of geography dealing with natural features
The branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of disease by physical means such as manipulation, heat, electricity, or radiation, rather than by medication or surgery
The sciences concerned with the study of inanimate natural objects, including physics, chemistry, astronomy, and related subjects
A form of theatre which emphasizes the use of physical movement, as in dance and mime, for expression
US term for physiotherapy.
The systematic use of exercises to promote bodily fitness and strength
A laboratory for experiments in physical science.
The branch of metallurgy concerned with the structure and physical properties of metals.
The branch of mineralogy concerned with the physical properties of minerals, as distinct from their chemical composition.
= physical science.
Become aggressive or violent
The science of human zoology, evolution, and ecology