Movement - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals (syn: front)
politicians have to respect a mass movement
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.
Mendes led a movement to stop destruction of the rain forest.
A slight movement of the curtains showed where she was hiding.
He motioned to the door with a movement of his head.
There's been no movement in the peace talks since Thursday.
A motion detector can sense movement.
A leader of the antiwar movement
The movement quickly gained a following among young people.
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