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movement /ˈmuːvmənt/ noun

حرکت دادن ، جنبش ، تکان ، حرکت ، تغییر مکان ، گردش ، (مو). وزن ، ضرب ، نهضت ، علوم مهندسی: گردش ، معماری: حرکت ، قانون ـ فقه: نهضت ، روانشناسی: نهضت ، علوم هوایی: حرکت ، علوم نظامی: جابجا کردن تحرک
مهندسی صنایع: حرکت ، جنبش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- motion, action, activity, change, development, flow, manoeuvre, progress, stirring
- group, campaign, crusade, drive, faction, front, grouping, organization, party
- workings, action, machinery, mechanism, works
- section, division, part, passage
Related Words: act, action, deed, activity, dynamism, liveness, operation, operativeness

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

movement S1 W1 /ˈmuːvmənt/ noun
[Word Family: noun: move, movement, removal, remover, mover; adjective: movable, unmoved, moving; verb: move, remove; adverb: movingly]

1. PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER [countable] a group of people who share the same ideas or beliefs and who work together to achieve a particular aim
civil rights/feminist/peace etc movement
the civil rights movement of the 1960s
movement to do something
Mendes led a movement to stop destruction of the rain forest.
movement for
the movement for independence

2. POSITION/PLACE [uncountable and countable]
a) when someone or something changes position or moves from one place to another:
the dancer’s graceful movements
movement of
A slight movement of the curtains showed where she was hiding.
the movement of goods across the border
He motioned to the door with a movement of his head.
b) a planned change in the position of a group of soldiers:
reports of troop movements in the area

3. CHANGE/DEVELOPMENT [uncountable] a gradual change or development in a situation or in people’s attitudes or opinions:
There’s been no movement in the peace talks since Thursday.
movement towards/away from
a movement towards equality with men in the workplace

4. sb’s movements the places where someone goes and the things they do during a certain period:
Police are trying to trace Carter’s movements since Tuesday.

5. MUSIC [countable] one of the main parts into which a piece of music is divided, especially a symphony

6. CLOCK/WATCH [countable usually singular] the moving parts of a piece of machinery, especially a clock or watch

7. BODY WASTE [countable] formal when you get rid of waste matter from your bowels

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. act of moving
ADJ. big | little, slight, small, tiny The eyes of predators are highly sensitive to the slightest movement.
quick, rapid, swift | gentle, slow | easy, graceful, smooth She mounted the horse in one easy movement.
easy The refrigerator unit has rubber wheels for easy movement.
jerky | sudden | deft | controlled | free the free movement of goods in Europe
involuntary | random | constant, continuous | repetitive | rhythmic | backward, downward, forward, lateral, sideways, upward | body | eye, hand, etc. | dance | currency, price the volatility of currency movements in the foreign exchange markets
troop | pincer The army surrounded the town in a pincer movement.
VERB + MOVEMENT make, produce He made a slight movement with his right hand. Hydraulic jacks under the machine produce the movement.
allow clothing that allows easy movement
control, direct As infants grow they become better able to direct their own movements.
facilitate an initiative to facilitate the movement of labour in the EU
restrict | prevent The striking farmers threatened to prevent the movement of goods across the country.
sense She sensed a movement in the dark beneath the stairs.
monitor They are monitoring the movement of animals in and out of the country.
follow, watch ~s The police are following the suspect's movements very closely.
trace ~s The police have traced her movements to the time of her death.
MOVEMENT + VERB occur Some movement in the building will occur as it settles into the subsoil.
catch your eye A movement caught his eye in the tangled undergrowth.
PREP. in a ~ She kicked down the door in one swift movement.
~ away from, ~ from, ~ to movement from one level to the next
~ towards (figurative) Recently there's been a movement (= a change in attitude) away from tinned food towards fresh food.
PHRASES the direction/rate/speed of movement, freedom of movement The government's decree allowed freedom of movement for all citizens.
the movement of capital/goods/labour, a sense of movement (figurative) His music has a real sense of movement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. group of people
ADJ. radical | mass, popular | organized The country has a well organized labour movement.
international, national | artistic, literary | avant-garde | Modern, Romantic, etc. Both architects were part of the Modern Movement.
political | protest | anti-nuclear, anti-war, etc. | peace | reform | civil/human rights | independence, liberation, opposition, resistance, revolutionary, separatist | democracy/pro-democracy, democratic, fascist, nationalist | labour, trade union | feminist, gay | consumer, student, women's, working-class, youth, etc. | ecumenical | scout | suffragette
VERB + MOVEMENT create, establish, launch, set up, start (up) She started a movement for agricultural reform.
join, support | be involved in, be part of | lead | direct a protest movement directed against exploitative trade practices
suppress | ban, outlaw
MOVEMENT + VERB begin, emerge (out of sth) The movement emerged out of concern for human rights abuses.
develop, gain/gather strength The movement gained strength during the 1970s.
reach a peak The student movement reached its peak in 1968.
lose strength
PREP. ~ against a mass movement against the dictatorship
~ for He launched a movement for children's rights.
PHRASES | a leader/member of a movement, the rise of a movement the rise of the labour movement in France

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. part of a long piece of music
ADJ. first, opening | second, etc. | final, last the last movement of Brahms's Fourth Symphony
slow | fast
VERB + MOVEMENT perform, play
PREP. in (the) … ~ a symphony in four movements There is a cello solo in the second movement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


make a movement
He made a small movement with his head, to indicate the door.
control somebody's/something's movement
Some people have trouble controlling their hand movements.
restrict/hinder somebody's movement (=make movement more difficult)
Clothes should not be so tight that they restrict your movement.
a big movement
He made a big sweeping movement with his arm.
a small/little movement
She made a restless little movement.
a slight movement (=small)
His eye caught a slight movement behind the bushes.
a quick/sudden movement
Don't make any quick movements that might scare the dog.
a slow movement
the slow movements of the old man
an easy movement (=without effort)
She swung her legs off the bed in one easy movement.
a smooth movement (=graceful)
Tom leaped over the fence in one smooth movement.
a jerky movement (=with many starts and stops)
the jerky movements of a frightened horse
a rhythmic movement (=with a strong rhythm)
When giving a massage, use firm rhythmic movements.
a forward/backward movement
waves caused by the forward movement of the boat
freedom of movement (=when people can go wherever they want)
The automobile gave people a freedom of movement previously unknown.
ease of movement (=when someone or something can move easily)
Cyclists wear tight fitting shorts for ease of movement.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: labor movement

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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