movement

movement
noun
1) ((an act of) changing position or going from one point to another: The animal turned sideways with a swift movement.) movimiento
2) (activity: In this play there is a lot of discussion but not much movement.) movimiento
3) (the art of moving gracefully or expressively: She teaches movement and drama.) expresión corporal
4) (an organization or association: the Scout movement.) movimiento
5) (the moving parts of a watch, clock etc.) movimiento
6) (a section of a large-scale piece of music: the third movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.) movimiento
7) (a general tendency towards a habit, point of view etc: There's a movement towards simple designs in clothing these days.) movimiento, tendencia
movement n movimiento
movement
tr['mʊːvmənt]
noun
1 (act, motion) movimiento; (gesture) gesto, ademán nombre masculino
2 (of goods) traslado; (of troops) desplazamiento; (of population) movimiento
3 (political, literary) movimiento
4 (trend) tendencia, corriente nombre femenino
5 (of stock market) actividad nombre femenino; (of prices) variación nombre femenino
6 SMALLTECHNICAL/SMALL (moving parts in mechanism) mecanismo
7 SMALLMUSIC/SMALL movimiento
8 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL evacuación nombre femenino
plural noun movements
1 (activities) movimientos nombre masculino plural, actividades nombre femenino plural
movement ['mu:vmənt] n
: movimiento m
movement
n.
actividad s.f.
animación s.f.
circulación s.f.
evacuación s.f.
marcha s.f.
moción s.f.
movimiento s.m.
'muːvmənt
noun
1)
a) u (motion) movimiento m
b) c (action, gesture) movimiento m; (with the hand) ademán m

there was a sudden movement in the bushes — de repente algo se movió entre los arbustos

c) c u (change - of position) movimiento m; (- in opinion) giro m
d) movements pl (activities, whereabouts) desplazamientos mpl, movimientos mpl
2) u
a) (transportation) movimiento m
b) (travel) desplazamiento m
3) c (Art, Pol, Relig) movimiento m
4) c (Mus) movimiento m
['muːvmǝnt]
N
1) (=motion) movimiento m ; [of part] juego m , movimiento m ; [of traffic] circulación f ; (on stock exchange) actividad f

upward/downward movement — movimiento ascendente/descendente

to be in movement — estar en movimiento

there was a movement towards the door — algunos se dirigieron hacia la puerta

the police questioned him about his movements — la policía le pidió informes sobre sus actividades

movement of capital — movimiento de capitales

2) (=gesture) gesto m , ademán m
3) (political, artistic etc) movimiento m
4) (Mech) mecanismo m
5) (Mus) tiempo m , movimiento m
6) (Med) (also: bowel movement) evacuación f
* * *
['muːvmənt]
noun
1)
a) u (motion) movimiento m
b) c (action, gesture) movimiento m; (with the hand) ademán m

there was a sudden movement in the bushes — de repente algo se movió entre los arbustos

c) c u (change - of position) movimiento m; (- in opinion) giro m
d) movements pl (activities, whereabouts) desplazamientos mpl, movimientos mpl
2) u
a) (transportation) movimiento m
b) (travel) desplazamiento m
3) c (Art, Pol, Relig) movimiento m
4) c (Mus) movimiento m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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