Movement | Definition of Movement by Merriam-Webster
He developed an efficient system for movement of raw materials to the factory. studying the movements of the planets We wore loose clothes to allow for easier movement. the graceful movements of a dancer The police have been keeping a careful record of his movements. There's a movement afoot to rename the town. a book about the history of the civil rights movement They joined the antiwar movement.
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Movement | Define Movement at Dictionary.com
a diffusely organized or heterogeneous group of people or organizations tending toward or favoring a generalized common goal: the antislavery movement; the realistic movement in art.
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Movement Music Festival - An annual three-day celebration of electronic music and dance held in Hart Plaza, Downtown Detroit every Memorial Day weekend since 2006. Also known as DEMF, Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Movement Detroit.
MOVEMENT | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
movement definition: 1. a change of position: 2. what someone is doing during a particular period: 3. a group of people with a particular set of aims: . Learn more.
Movement Synonyms, Movement Antonyms - Merriam-Webster
1 the act or an instance of changing position . a sudden movement in the far corner of the room made her turn in that direction
Movement - Wikipedia
Common uses. Movement (clockwork), the internal mechanism of a timepiece Motion (physics), commonly referred to as movement Arts, entertainment, and media Literature "Movement", a short story by Nancy Fulda The Movement, a comic book by Gail Simone and Freddie Williams II; Music Groups and labels. Movement (band), an Australian soul/ambient band Movements (band), an American post-hardcore band
Movement | definition of movement by Medical dictionary
movement [mo̳v´ment] 1. an act of moving; called also motion. 2. an act of defecation. active movement movement produced by the person's own muscles. ameboid movement movement like that of an ameba, accomplished by protrusion of cytoplasm of the cell. associated movement movement of parts that act together, as the eyes. brownian movement the peculiar ...
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