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Translation of "movement" - English-Russian dictionary

movement

noun     /ˈmuːvmənt/
GROUP [C]
a group of people with the same beliefs who work together to achieve something движение, общественная деятельность the women's movement the labour movementActivism and pressure groups
CHANGE [C]
a change or development in the way people think or behave движение, развитие a movement towards democracyChange and changes
POSITION [C, U]
B2 a change of position or place движение, перемещение His movements were rather clumsy.MovementChange and changes
MUSIC [C]
a part of a piece of music часть (музыкального произведения) The symphony opens with a slow movement.Technical music terms
sb's movements
what someone is doing during a particular period of time чьи-либо действия I don't know his movements this week.Schedules and agendasLists and catalogues
Translations of “movement”
in Korean 이동, 운동…
in Arabic حَرَكة…
in Portuguese movimento…
in Catalan moviment…
in Japanese 動き, (政治的、社会的)運動…
in Italian movimento, mossa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鐘錶, (鐘錶的)機芯…
in Turkish hareket, eylem, girişim…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钟表, (钟表的)机芯…
in Polish ruch, transformacja, przemiana…
(Definition of movement from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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