movement

movement
noun
1) Bewegung, die; (of people): (towards city, country, etc.) [Ab]wanderung, die; (trend, tendency) Tendenz, die

a movement of the head/arm/leg — eine Kopf-/Arm-/Beinbewegung

without movement — bewegungslos

2) in pl. Aktivitäten Pl.

keep track of somebody's movements — jemanden überwachen

3) (Mus.) Satz, der
4) (concerted action for purpose) Bewegung, die
5) in sing. or pl. (Mech. esp. in clock, watch) Räderwerk, das
6) (in price) Preisbewegung, die
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noun
1) ((an act of) changing position or going from one point to another: The animal turned sideways with a swift movement.) die Bewegung
2) (activity: In this play there is a lot of discussion but not much movement.) das Handeln
3) (the art of moving gracefully or expressively: She teaches movement and drama.) die Bewegung
4) (an organization or association: the Scout movement.) die Bewegung
5) (the moving parts of a watch, clock etc.) das Gehwerk
6) (a section of a large-scale piece of music: the third movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.) der Satz
7) (a general tendency towards a habit, point of view etc: There's a movement towards simple designs in clothing these days.) die Entwicklung
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move·ment
[ˈmu:vmənt]
n
1. (change of position) Bewegung f
after the accident he had no \movement in his legs nach seinem Unfall konnte er seine Beine nicht bewegen
2. no pl (general activity) Bewegung f; FIN, STOCKEX Schwankung[en] f[pl], Bewegung f
the scene of the crash was almost devoid of \movement am Absturzort rührte sich fast nichts
3. MUS (part of symphony) Satz m
4. no pl (tendency) Tendenz f, Trend m (towards [hin] zu +dat)
there is a \movement towards doing sth die Tendenz geht dahin, etw zu tun
5. (interest group) Bewegung f
the suffragette \movement die Bewegung der Frauenrechtlerinnen
6. BRIT, AUS (activities)
\movements pl Tätigkeiten pl
what are your \movements today? was machst du heute?
I'm keeping an eye on her \movements ich beobachte sie
7. (mechanism) of a clock, watch Uhrwerk nt
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['muːvmənt]
n
1) (= motion) Bewegung f; (of troops etc) Truppenbewegung f; (fig) (= trend) Trend m (towards zu); (of events) Entwicklung f; (of prices/rates) Preis-/Kursbewegung f

a slight downward/upward movement — eine leichte Abwärts-/Aufwärtsbewegung

the movement of traffic —

movement (of the bowels) (Med) there was a movement toward(s) the door — Stuhlgang m alles drängte zur Tür

a marked movement to the right —

the flowing movement of the piece (Mus) — der fließende Rhythmus des Stückes

the free movement of capital and goods — der freie Kapital- und Warenverkehr

2) (= political, artistic etc movement) Bewegung f
3) (= transport: of goods etc) Beförderung f
4) (MUS) Satz m
5) (= mechanism) Antrieb(smechanismus) m, Getriebe nt; (of clock) Uhrwerk nt
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movement [ˈmuːvmənt] s
1. Bewegung f (auch fig MAL, POL, REL etc):
free movement Freizügigkeit f (der Arbeitskräfte etc);
free movement of goods WIRTSCH freier Güteraustausch;
without movement bewegungslos
2. pl Aktivitäten pl
3. (rasche) Entwicklung, Fortschreiten n (von Ereignissen), Fortgang m (einer Handlung etc)
4. Bestrebung f, Tendenz f, Richtung f
5. moderne Richtung:
be in the movement mit der Zeit (mit)gehen
6. Rhythmus m, rhythmische Bewegung (von Versen etc)
7. MUS
a) Satz m (einer Sonate etc)
b) Tempo n
8. MIL (Truppen- oder Flotten) Bewegung f:
movement by air Lufttransport m;
movement order Marschbefehl m
9. TECH
a) Bewegung f
b) Lauf m (einer Maschine)
c) Gang-, Gehwerk n (der Uhr), Antriebsmechanismus m
10. (Hand-)Griff m:
with two movements
11. PHYSIOL
a) Stuhlgang m
b) Stuhl m
12. WIRTSCH Umsatz m
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noun
1) Bewegung, die; (of people): (towards city, country, etc.) [Ab]wanderung, die; (trend, tendency) Tendenz, die

a movement of the head/arm/leg — eine Kopf-/Arm-/Beinbewegung

without movement — bewegungslos

2) in pl. Aktivitäten Pl.

keep track of somebody's movements — jemanden überwachen

3) (Mus.) Satz, der
4) (concerted action for purpose) Bewegung, die
5) in sing. or pl. (Mech. esp. in clock, watch) Räderwerk, das
6) (in price) Preisbewegung, die
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n.
Bewegung -en f.
Regung -en f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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