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An act of moving
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“You may need to adjust your bench press movement to avoid injuring yourself.”
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The ability or capacity to move
“His movement is currently restricted because of an injury.”
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A group working together to advance its shared political, social, or artistic ideas
“We're a social movement using sport to break down the marginalization of people with disabilities.”
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A campaign undertaken by a political, social, or artistic movement
“His style of art was influenced by an artistic movement which used strong colors to produce powerful optical effects.”
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A trend or tendency
“My movement towards a more active lifestyle has been a gradual one.”
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(of goods, people etc.) The act of transporting
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“We need several trucks to facilitate the movement of these supplies.”
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The act of moving forward, usually towards a given goal
“Once everyone returns to work, we should be able to see some significant movement.”
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A change or development
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“It's a volatile stock, and constant movement in its value is common.”
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The state or quality of being active
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“We could tell there was plenty of movement in the crowded room next door.”
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The tempo or speed of a beat
“We danced to the movement of the music.”
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A principal division of a longer musical work
“The rapturous love music of the first movement is worthy of Wagner or Strauss.”
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The moving parts of a mechanism, especially a clock or a watch
“Meanwhile, clock movements improved in design and manufacture over the years.”
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An advancement in progress or development
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A belief that one supports
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The act of, or ability to, move from place to place
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An advance or forward movement
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The movement or transportation of goods or passengers
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One's manner of walking or stepping
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Activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness
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A condition of being restless, uneasy or nervous
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The space in or through which a mechanism can or does move
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The way a living thing acts in a particular environment
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An aggressive movement into somewhere
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The path of a body as it travels through space
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The fundamental force of attraction that exists between all particles with mass in the universe
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Stirring up
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A recognized autonomous branch of the Christian Church
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The movement of information from one to another
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A change in temperament or circumstance, especially sudden
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Dislocation
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An ideology, system of thought, or practice that can be described by a word ending in -ism
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An organized group of people with a particular purpose
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An organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in need
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A quick, sharp, sudden movement
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A current of cool air in a room or other confined space
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Something that arouses activity or action in someone or something
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Movement to and fro or around something, especially that of fluid in a closed system
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The act of loading data into a computer
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A dramatic waving or sweeping movement
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The storyline of a narrative work
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Spirit of the time
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A rapid back-and-forth or side-to-side movement, especially in rhythm
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The rate at which goods are sold and replaced in a shop
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A reference to the occurrence of a change
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A strong, regular repeated pattern of movement or sound
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Great effort expended towards a particular goal or aim
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Pitching or rocking
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A sustained fight or conflict, especially between large organized armed forces
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A feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
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A sudden violent shaking of the ground, typically causing great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action
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A number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, especially as part of a ceremony
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A process by which substances are produced and discharged from a cell, gland, or organ
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The ability of an object or material to resume its normal shape after being stretched or compressed
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A sudden move or jump upwards or forwards
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An amount of time or a particular time interval during which something happens
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A system with a specific purpose, or by which something can be accomplished
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A slow, regular movement of the sea in rolling waves that do not break
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The action of forcing something out, especially from a bodily organ
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A state of energy and invigoration
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Something that is currently fashionable
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