0Vote up!noun. Orderly government or system; system of order; government; control.
0Vote up!noun. Any regulation or remedy which is intended to produce beneficial effects by gradual operation; specifically, in medicine, the regulation of diet, exercise, etc., with a view to the preservation or restoration of health, or for the attainment of a determinate result; a course of living according to certain rules: sometimes used as equivalent to hygiene, but most commonly used as a synonym for diet, 2.
0Vote up!noun. In zoology, habit or mode of life with regard to eating; choice of food; dietetics: as, an animal or a vegetable regimen; carnivorous regimen.
0Vote up!noun. In grammar: Government; the control which one word exercises over the form of another in connection with it.
0Vote up!noun. The word or words so governed.
0Vote up!noun. In physical geography, the physical characteristics of a river, especially of a graded river; also, the condition of a river or current when it does not actively build up or wear down its course; in general, grade. See the extract.
0Vote up!noun. (medicine) a systematic plan for therapy (often including diet)
This regimen is the most simple and requires minimal bookkeeping.
Claiming the only way she can stick to a fitness regimen is by making exercise enjoyable, she said using a hoop to tone her tummy is her current favorite.
Granted, I no longer have the kind of time I did as a student, and that kind of regimen is neither possible nor necessary in the lifestyle I have now.
Keeping such a tight regimen is essential because the two things football players cannot compromise on — though they're often the first victims of most other students 'hectic schedules — are meals and sleep.
Your goal in this regimen is speed as much as it is accuracy.
0Vote up!sounds like regiment.. those who r a part of some regiment follow a strict diet