Movement

  • 1 movement — UK US /ˈmuːvmənt/ noun ► [C] FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a change in a number, price, etc. for example on a financial market: movements in sth »Short term movements in currency are difficult to predict. »This stock market report discusses the latest… …

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  • 2 Movement — may refer to: Contents 1 In society and the arts 2 In music 3 In timepieces 4 See also In society and the arts …

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  • 3 Movement — Move ment, n. [F. mouvement. See {Move}, and cf. {Moment}.] 1. The act of moving in space; change of place or posture; motion; as, the movement of an army in marching or maneuvering; the movement of a wheel or a machine. [1913 Webster] 2. Manner… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Movement E.P. — Movement E.P. EP by BT Released June 1, 2000 Genre dance mu …

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  • 5 Movement — Студийный альбом New Order Дата выпуска 13 ноября 1981 …

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  • 6 Movement EP — EP by The Fray Released Summer 2002 Genre Piano rock …

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  • 7 Movement — Studioalbum von New Order Veröffentlichung 1981 Label Factory Format …

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  • 8 Movement 98 — was a Paul Oakenfold project on Circa Records, built around the vocals of Carroll Thompson, and also featuring input from Steve Osbourne and Rob Davis. Their debut single, Joy and Heartbreak , was a mid paced soul release, based around the melody …

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  • 9 Movement — álbum de estudio de The Gossip Publicación 6 de Mayo, 2003 Género(s) Indie rock Discográfica Kill Rock Stars …

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  • 10 movement — (n.) late 14c., from O.Fr. movement movement, exercise; start, instigation (Mod.Fr. mouvement), from M.L. movimentum, from L. movere (see MOVE (Cf. move) (v.)). In the musical sense of major division of a piece it is attested from 1776; in the… …

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  • 11 movement — I (activity) noun campaign, cause, crusade, mass movement, motion, operation, principle, series of actions directed towards a particular end, undertaking II (progress) noun action, agitation, campaign, circulation, course, denomination, effort,… …

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  • 12 Movement —   [ muːvmənt], Gruppe englischer Dichter, die in den 1950er Jahren mit betont antiromantischer, nüchtern rationaler, formal traditioneller, an der Umgangssprache orientierter, oft ironischer Lyrik hervortraten. Zu ihnen gehörten u. a. K. Amis, D …

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  • 13 movement — [n1] motion, activity act, action, advance, agitation, alteration, change, changing, deed, development, displacement, dynamism, evolution, evolving, exercise, flight, flow, flux, gesture, journey, journeying, locomotion, maneuver, migration,… …

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  • 14 movement — [mo͞ov′mənt] n. [OFr] 1. the act or process of moving; specif., a) a motion or action of a person or group b) a shift in position c) an evacuation (of the bowels); also, the matter evacuated d) Mil. a change in the location of troops, ships, etc …

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  • 15 Movement (EP) — est un album de 4 titres du groupe américain The Fray sorti en 2002 Chansons Where You Want To Oceans Away It s For You Vienna Portail du rock …

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  • 16 movement — *motion, move, locomotion, stir Analogous words: *action, act, deed: change, alteration, variation, modification (see under CHANGE vb): activity, operativeness or operation, dynamism, liveness (see corresponding adjectives at ACTIVE) …

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  • 17 movement — ► NOUN 1) an act of moving. 2) the process of moving or the state of being moved. 3) a group of people working to advance a shared cause. 4) a series of organized actions to advance a shared cause. 5) a trend or development. 6) (movements) a… …

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  • 18 movement — noun 1 act of moving ADJECTIVE ▪ big ▪ little, slight, small, tiny ▪ The eyes of predators are highly sensitive to the slightest movement. ▪ …

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  • 19 movement — /moohv meuhnt/, n. 1. the act, process, or result of moving. 2. a particular manner or style of moving. 3. Usually, movements. actions or activities, as of a person or a body of persons. 4. Mil., Naval. a change of position or location of troops… …

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  • 20 movement — n. organized effort to attain a goal 1) to launch a movement 2) to support a movement 3) to oppose; suppress a movement 4) a civil rights; consumer; feminist, women s; labor; peace; political; radical; revolutionary; social movement 5) a movement …

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