Definition of physique in English:

physique

Line breaks: phys|ique
Pronunciation: /fɪˈziːk
 
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noun

The form, size, and development of a person’s body: a sturdy, muscular physique [mass noun]: they were much alike in physique
More example sentences
  • The men are nearly identical in height and size and possess strong, muscular physiques.
  • Of course, we know there is also a lot of expert evidence about average bodies and average physiques and techniques and the like, but there are weights.
  • Had his career unfolded more smoothly he may not have developed the physique which will muscle him into Vogts' squad.
Synonyms
body, build, figure, frame, anatomy, constitution, shape, form, proportions, (physical) make-up, physical/body structure, physical development, muscles, musculature, skeleton, flesh
informal vital statistics, bod, carcass, chassis
rare soma

Origin

early 19th century: from French, literally 'physical' (used as a noun).

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