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mobile

adjective /ˈmoubail/
able to move
móvil
A van supplying country districts with library books is called a mobile library The old lady is no longer mobile – she has to stay in bed all day.
able to move or be moved quickly or easily
móvil
Considering his age, he’s very mobile on his feet Most of the furniture is very light and mobile.
(of someone’s features or face) changing easily in expression.
cambiante
mobility /-ˈbi-/ noun
movilidad
A leg injury affected his mobility.
mobilize /-bi-/ verb ( (also mobiliseBritish)) to make (especially troops, an army etc), or become, ready for use or action
movilizar
The troops are being mobilized in preparation for an attack on the enemy.
mobilization /-bi-/ noun ( (also mobilisationBritish))
movilización
mobile phone /ˈmoubail ˈfoun; American ˈmoubəl ˈfoun/ /ˈmoubail; American ˈmoubəl/ noun ( mobile) (British ) a portable telephone that you can use anywhere; cellular phone, cell phone(American)
móvil
(also adjective) What’s your mobile number?
(Definition of mobile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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