1. m. action and effect of move.
2. m state of the bodies while they change of place or position.
3. m. alteration, uneasiness, or shock.
4. m. uprising, rebellion.
5. m. first manifestation of affection, passion or sentiment, jealousy, laughter, anger, etc.
6. d. development and spread of a trend of religious, political, social, aesthetic, etc., cawere innovative. The movement of Oxford. The movement Socialist. The movement romantic.
7. m. set of changes or developments that occurred during a period of time, in some fields of human activity.
8. m. variety and animation in the style, or in poetic or literary composition.
9. m. In the arts of drawing, well-ordered variety of lines and the chiaroscuro of a figure or composition.
10. m. In commercial computation and in some statistics, numerical alteration in the State or during a specified time.
11. m. ESGR. Rapid change in the position of the weapon.
12. m. Fís. Advancement or backwardness of a clock at a fixed interval.
13. m. Mús. Speed of the beat.
14. m. Mús. Each of the fragments of a sonata, a Symphony, etc., with the contrast of existing time between them.
1. m. Mec. One in which the speed increases with time.
movement compound. 1. m. Mec. Which results of the competition of two or more forces in diverse sense.
1. m. Fís. Which is intended to make last indefinitely without energy expenditure.
movement of reduction.
1. m. Esgr. Which is made directing the Sabre or sword from sides to Center. It is contrary to the re-equipping.
movement of rotation. 1. m. Mec. The a body around an axis.
movement of translation.
1. m. Astr. The stars in their orbits. Movement of translation of the Earth.
2. m. Mec. The bodies that follow large radius curves in relation to its own dimensions. Movement of translation of a projectile.
1. m. Astr. The translationor the rotation of the stars when you check in the same sense as the Earth, or contrary to the hands of a clock.
movement during the day.
1. m. Astr. The apparent rotation of the sky from East to West, produced by the actual or real of the Earth, of the other hand, within a period of one sidereal day.
1. m. Esgr. Which is done by withdrawing the Sabre or sword. It is contrary to the thrust.
movement natural. 1. m. Esgr. It does the sword or the sword down.
movement wave motion.
1. m. Fís. Which spreads through waves, with transport of energy, but not matter, as on the surface of the water or particles in an elastic medium.
1. m. boot or outburst of the speaker, excited by the passion.
movement paraláctico. 1. m. Astr. The that can run certain devices, such as the Equatorial, in right ascension and declination.
1. m. Astr. movement during the day.
1. m. Astr. The a star whatever in its orbit or around its axis.
1. m. Astr. The following certain heavenly bodies in the direction of the beam visual, toward or away from the Earth.
1. m. Esgr. It does addressing the Sabre or sword from the Center to the sides.
1. m. Mec. One in which the rate decreases with time.
1 m. Astr. The real or apparent of a star against the direct.
1. m. Mec. The resulting from the momentum of a single force.
1. m. Mec. One whose translational or rotational speed remains constant.
movement uniformly accelerated.
1. m. Mec. One in which the speedidad increases proportionally to the time which has elapsed.
movement uniformly delayed.
1. m. Mec. One in which the rate decreases proportionally to the time which has elapsed.
1. m. Mec. One in which the speed is not constant.
1. m. Astr. Which is real and distinct from the apparent somestars.
1. m. Esgr. It does the Sabre or sword up. It is contrary to the natural.
1. m. sudden or involuntary burst of passion.
do movement a work or a part of it.
1. loc. verb. Arq. Separated slightly from his natural position ofbalance.
number of movement
transmission of movement