movementnounuk /ˈmuːv.mənt/ us /ˈmuːv.mənt/
movement noun (POSITION CHANGE)
- With one movement, she disarmed the man and pinned him against the wall.
- A sharp tap on the knee usually causes an involuntary movement of the lower leg.
- The movement of the ship caused the mast to sway from side to side.
- Satellite photographs provide us with a lot of information about their troop movements.
- Some people run their lives according to the movements of the stars.
movement noun (GROUP OF PEOPLE)
movement noun (CHANGE OPINION)
movement noun (PROGRESS)
movement noun (MUSIC)
movement noun (CLOCK/WATCH)