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Meaning of “moving” - Learner’s Dictionary

moving

adjective     /ˈmuːvɪŋ/
FEELING B2 causing strong feelings of sadness or sympathy: a moving tribute Making people sad, shocked and upsetStrong feelings
NOT STILL [always before noun] A moving object is one that moves: a moving targetMovement
Translations of “moving”
in Korean 감동적인…
in Arabic مُؤثّر…
in Portuguese comovente…
in Catalan conmovedor…
in Japanese 感動的な…
in Italian commovente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 位置正在改變, 行進中的, 活動的…
in Russian трогательный, движущийся…
in Turkish dokunaklı, duygulandırıcı, acıklı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活动的, 行进中的…
in Polish wzruszający, ruchomy…
(Definition of moving from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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