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Spanish translation of “immobile”


adjective /iˈməubail/
not able to move or be moved His leg was put in plaster and he was immobile for several weeks. not moving; motionless He crouched there immobile until they had gone. immobility /-ˈbi-/ noun immobilize /-bi-/ verb ( immobilise) to make immobile He immobilized the car by removing part of the engine.
(Definition of immobile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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