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mouvement nom [m]

movement [movements]◼◼◼(music: division of a larger musical composition)
noun
[UK: ˈmuːv.mənt] [US: ˈmuːv.mənt]

movement [movements]◼◼◼(physical motion)
noun
[UK: ˈmuːv.mənt] [US: ˈmuːv.mənt]

movement [movements]◼◼◼(trend in various fields or social categories)
noun
[UK: ˈmuːv.mənt] [US: ˈmuːv.mənt]

motion [motions]◼◼◻(change of place or position)
noun
[UK: ˈməʊʃ.n̩] [US: ˈmoʊʃ.n̩]

motion [motions]◼◼◻(state of progression from one place to another)
noun
[UK: ˈməʊʃ.n̩] [US: ˈmoʊʃ.n̩]

move [moves]◼◼◻(the act of moving a token on a gameboard)
noun
[UK: muːv] [US: ˈmuːv]

passing◼◻◻(fact of going past; movement from one place or state to another)
noun
[UK: ˈpɑːs.ɪŋ] [US: ˈpæs.ɪŋ]

mouvement autonome nom

autonomism◼◼◼noun

mouvement brownien nom [m]

Brownian motion◼◼◼(random motion of particles suspended in a fluid)
noun
[UK: brˈaʊniən mˈəʊʃən] [US: brˈaʊniən mˈoʊʃən]

mouvement clandestin nom [m]

underground [undergrounds]◼◼◼(movement or organisation of people who resist political convention)
noun
[UK: ˈʌn.də.ɡraʊnd] [US: ˈʌn.dər.ˌɡrɑːwnd]

mouvement d'avant-garde nom [m]

underground [undergrounds]◼◼◼(movement or organisation of people who resist artistic convention)
noun
[UK: ˈʌn.də.ɡraʊnd] [US: ˈʌn.dər.ˌɡrɑːwnd]

mouvement de jeunesse nom [m]

youth movement◼◼◼noun

Mouvement des non-alignés nom propre

NAM◼◼◼(Non-Aligned Movement)
proper noun

mouvement en tenaille nom [m]

pincer attack◼◼◼(attack from multiple sides)
noun

mouvement oculaire rapide nom [m]

rapid eye movement◼◼◼(rapid movement of the eyes)
noun

mouvement perpétuel nom [m]

perpetual motion◼◼◼noun
[UK: pə.ˈpe.tʃʊəl ˈməʊʃ.n̩] [US: pər.ˈpe.tʃuːəl ˈmoʊʃ.n̩]

mouvement qu- nom [m]

wh-movement(special order in interrogative sentences)
noun

mouvement social nom [m]

social movement◼◼◼noun

mouvementé adjectif

eventful◼◼◼(pertaining to high levels of activity)
adjective
[UK: ɪ.ˈvent.fəl] [US: ɪ.ˈvent.fəl]

mouvementé adjectif
{m}

turbulent◼◼◼(violently disturbed or agitated)
adjective
[UK: ˈtɜː.bjʊ.lənt] [US: ˈtɝː.bjə.lənt]

capture de mouvement nom

motion capture◼◼◼(use sensors to track and record the position, velocity, acceleration and impulse of a movement)
noun

élargir le mouvement verbe

augment [augmented, augmented, augmenting, augments](to slow the tempo or meter)
verb
[UK: ˈɔːɡ.ment] [US: ɒg.ˈment]

en deux temps trois mouvements adverbe

in two shakes◼◼◼(very quickly)
adverb

intégration neuro-émotionnelle par les mouvements oculaires nom [f]

eye movement desensitization and reprocessing(form of psychotherapy)
noun

liberté de mouvement nom [f]

freedom of movement◼◼◼(the right of a citizen to travel within a state, and to leave and return to that state)
noun

mettre en mouvement verbe

set in motion◼◼◼(trigger movement or progress)
verb
[UK: set ɪn ˈməʊʃ.n̩] [US: ˈset ɪn ˈmoʊʃ.n̩]

nouveau mouvement religieux nom [m]

new religious movement◼◼◼(religious community or spiritual group)
noun

quantité de mouvement nom

momentum [momenta]◼◼◼(product of mass and velocity)
noun
[UK: mə.ˈmen.təm məʊ.ˈmen.tə] [US: moˈmen.təm məʊ.ˈmen.tə]

quantité de mouvement nom [f]

quantity of motion◼◻◻noun

suivre le mouvement verbe

jump on the bandwagon◼◼◼(to profit from a craze)
verb

verbe de mouvement nom [m]

verb of motionnoun