1) ((an act of) changing position or going from one point to another: The animal turned sideways with a swift movement.) bevegelse
2) (activity: In this play there is a lot of discussion but not much movement.) liv, fart
3) (the art of moving gracefully or expressively: She teaches movement and drama.) bevegelsesforming
4) (an organization or association: the Scout movement.) bevegelse, rørsle
5) (the moving parts of a watch, clock etc.) gangverk, bevegelige deler
6) (a section of a large-scale piece of music: the third movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.) sats
7) (a general tendency towards a habit, point of view etc: There's a movement towards simple designs in clothing these days.) tendens
subst. \/ˈmuːvmənt\/
1) bevegelse
the movement of a wagon
a sudden movement
there was a general movement toward the door
folk beveget seg mot utgangen
2) (militærvesen) transport, forflytninger, troppebevegelser
3) bevegelig del, mekanisme, verk
4) (litterært eller kunst) liv, flukt
5) (musikk) sats
the first movement of a symphony
6) (musikk) tempo, rytme
7) tendens, utvikling
a movement towards formalism
a movement towards greater freedom of the press
8) (politisk, religiøs e.l.) bevegelse, retning
the Labour movement
the Oxford Movement
the temperance movement
philosophical movements
9) (handel) tendens, trend
the upward movement in the price of coffee
10) (handel) omsetning, aktivitet, kursbevegelse, prisbevegelse
not much movement in oil shares
ikke så stor omsetning på oljeaksjer
11) avføring
flanking movement omfattende bevegelse
be in the movement følge med i tiden, følge med i utviklingen
movements bevegelser, oppførsel, atferd
let me know of your movements
hold meg underettet om hvor du oppholder deg \/ hva du foretar deg
watch somebody's movements holde øye med noen

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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