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Spanish translation of “motion”

motion

noun /ˈməuʃən/
the act or state of moving
movimiento
the motion of the planets He lost the power of motion.
a single movement or gesture
gesto
He summoned the waiter with a motion of the hand.
a proposal put before a meeting
moción
She was asked to speak against the motion in the debate.
motionless adjective not moving
inmóvil
A motionless figure lay on the ground.
motion picture noun a cinema film.
película
in motion moving
en movimiento
Don’t jump on the bus while it is in motion.
(Definition of motion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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