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Detailed Translations for movable from English to Spanish

movable:

movable adj

  1. movable

Translation Matrix for movable:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- chattel; personal chattel
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- moveable; transferable; transferrable; transportable
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
movible movable loose; mobile; moveable; portable; transportable

Related Words for "movable":


Synonyms for "movable":


Related Definitions for "movable":

  1. capable of being moved or conveyed from one place to another1
  2. (of personal property as opposed to real estate) can be moved from place to place (especially carried by hand)1
  3. personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc)1

Wiktionary Translations for movable:


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
movable mobiliario mobilier — relatif aux biens meubles

move:

to move verb (moves, moved, moving)

  1. to move (move house; remove)
  2. to move (remove; transfer; shift; )
  3. to move (shift)
  4. to move (get going; budge; put in motion; set in motion)
  5. to move (be going to; go; pass; run; walk)
    ir; dirigirse
  6. to move
  7. to move
  8. to move (move on; be going to; go; walk)
  9. to move (push)
  10. to move (strike; touch; hit; affect; concern)
  11. to move (relocate; transfer)
  12. to move (cause emotions; touch)
  13. to move (affect; hit; strike; touch; concern)
  14. to move (lift over; lift away)
  15. to move (stir)

Conjugations for move:

present
  1. move
  2. move
  3. moves
  4. move
  5. move
  6. move
simple past
  1. moved
  2. moved
  3. moved
  4. moved
  5. moved
  6. moved
present perfect
  1. have moved
  2. have moved
  3. has moved
  4. have moved
  5. have moved
  6. have moved
past continuous
  1. was moving
  2. were moving
  3. was moving
  4. were moving
  5. were moving
  6. were moving
future
  1. shall move
  2. will move
  3. will move
  4. shall move
  5. will move
  6. will move
continuous present
  1. am moving
  2. are moving
  3. is moving
  4. are moving
  5. are moving
  6. are moving
subjunctive
  1. be moved
  2. be moved
  3. be moved
  4. be moved
  5. be moved
  6. be moved
diverse
  1. move!
  2. let's move!
  3. moved
  4. moving
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

move [the ~] noun

  1. the move
    la jugada
  2. the move (sham battle; manoeuvre; sham fight; manoeuver)

Translation Matrix for move:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
agarrar having a grip; hold; laying hands on; taking hold of
andar coming and going; running; trotting; walking; walking around
combate fingido manoeuver; manoeuvre; move; sham battle; sham fight
correr racing; running
despachar delivering; turning out
desplazamiento manoeuver; manoeuvre; move; sham battle; sham fight change; delay; detour; displacement; overthrowing; postponement; repression; respite; shifting; suspension
golpear knocking on; tapping on
jugada move chess move; move at chess; prank; trick; turn for service
tomar having a grip; hold
- motility; motion; movement; relocation
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
adoptar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch adopt; affect; annex; enlist; enrol; enroll; have an opinion on; hold an opinion on; hold an view on; impress; incorporate; influence; take over
agarrar cause emotions; move; touch capture; catch; chain; cheat; clamp; clasp; clutch; enchain; grab; grabble; grasp; grip; gull; hitch in; hook into; seize; shackle; spoof; take hold of; trap; trick
alcanzar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch bear; bring; bring along; bring in; carry; carry along; catch up; catch up with; come up alongside with; end up; gain; get; get through; give; give to; hand; hand over; obtain; pass; reach; run in; take in; win
andar be going to; go; move; move on; walk be on the razzle; be on the spree; feast; going out; revel
aplazar move; push brood over; defer; delay; deter; doubt; hesitate; linger; postpone; put off; shelve; tarry; waver
aplazarse move; push call for; order
azotar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch beat up; cudgel; drub; hit someone; knock about; strike someone; thwack; wallop
batir affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch beat up; cudgel; drub; hit someone; stir; strike someone; tap in; thwack; touch; wallop; whip
cambiar de lugar convert; dislocate; move; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform
cambiar de sitio convert; dislocate; move; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform convert; reverse; transpose
cambiar la fecha convert; dislocate; move; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform clear away; clear up; dismantle; remove; strip down; take apart a machine; unharness; unrig
comer un peón affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch hit someone; strike someone
conmocionar cause emotions; move; touch
conmover affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch affect; churn; impress; influence; shake up; stir
correr be going to; go; move; move on; walk chase; drip; drop; flee; flow; fly; haste; hasten; hurry; hustle; pitter; pull to; push away; race; run; run a race; rush; shove away; speed; speed up; sprint; stream; trickle
dar golpes affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch bang; batter; beat; chop down; cut down; fell; hammer; hit; hit someone; knock; pound; smack; smash; strike; strike someone; tap; tap at
derrengarse lift away; lift over; move
despachar budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion arrange customs clearance; clear away; clear up; discharge; dismantle; dismiss; drop; fire; handle; lay off; move house; redeem; redress; release; remove; restore; sack; strip down; take apart a machine; unharness; unrig
desplazar convert; dislocate; move; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform clear away; clear up; dismantle; move on; nudge; offset; propel; pull a muscle; remove; scroll; shift; strain a muscle; strip down; take apart a machine; twist a muscle; unharness; unrig
desriñonarse lift away; lift over; move
diferirse move
dirigirse be going to; go; move; pass; run; walk
emocionar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch
encontrar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch arise; bore; come across; discover; drill; find; learn; localise; localize; locate; meet; trace
golpear affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch bang; batter; beat; brush against; bump against; call; clang; clink; drive; drive piles; flutter; hammer; hit; hit someone; jangle; jingle; knock; knock together; pound; ram; rattle; rattling; ring; ruckle; slap; smack; smash; strike; strike someone; strike together; tap; tap at; tap in; thump; tinkle
ir be going to; go; move; move on; pass; run; walk fit in
ir a pie budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion amble; pace; parade; promenade; saunter; stroll; walk
manejar budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion attend to; cope with; manage; operate; serve
maniobrar budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion beat against the wind; drill; exercise; manoeuver; manoeuvre; march; ply against the wind; sail against the wind; set course for; steer a course for; tack
mover affect; be going to; concern; convert; dislocate; go; hit; move; move on; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; strike; touch; trace back; transfer; transform; walk bring down; churn; deposit; lay; laydown; lever; mix; mobilise; mobilize; move on; place; propel; push along; push on; put down; set; set down; shake up; situate; station; stir; take down; wrench
mover adelante be going to; go; move; move on; walk
moverse budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion; stir
mudarse move; move house; remove clear away; clear up; dismantle; remove; strip down; take apart a machine; unharness; unrig
pegar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch adhere; affix; attach; attach to; bang; beat up; cadge; cling; confirm; connect; drive; drive piles; fasten; fix; glue; glue in; glue together; gum; hammer; hit someone; knock about; mooch; obtain by begging; paste; paste in; paste on; paste together; patch; ram; secure; stick; stick in; stick on; stick to; stick together; strike someone; suture; thump; with glue
poner en movimiento budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion agitate; initiate; mix; set; start off; stir
remover budge; get going; move; put in motion; set in motion decline; deprive; grabble; mix; move house; regress; rummage; scramble; stir; waining
revolver affect; budge; concern; get going; hit; move; put in motion; set in motion; strike; touch burrow; grope about; rummage; rummage about; rummage around; turn upside down
tener suerte affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch affect; be in luck; be lucky; impress; influence
tomar affect; concern; hit; move; strike; touch annex; apply; catch; chain; consume; control; dine; dine out; eat; eat up; employ; enchain; enlist; enrol; enroll; examine; get; gulp; gulp down; hit someone; incorporate; inspect; make use of; obsess; receive; seize; shackle; snatch; sneak up on; strike someone; survey; swallow; take in; take over; take unaware; tattle; tread on; tread upon; twig; use; utilise; utilize; view; walk over; walk upon; wine and dine
transferir convert; dislocate; move; reduce; relocate; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform assign; beam; deposit; pay by Giro; rack; relocate; remit; send; transfer; transfer by giro; transpose
trasladar convert; dislocate; move; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform bring; bring along; carry; carry off; clear away; clear up; dismantle; lead off; rack; relocate; remove; strip down; take apart a machine; transfer; translate; transport; unharness; unrig
- act; actuate; affect; be active; displace; go; impress; incite; locomote; make a motion; motivate; move from place to place; proceed; prompt; propel; run; strike; travel; travel from place to place
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- measure; move away; put; set; shift; step; transfer; transport

Related Words for "move":


Synonyms for "move":


Antonyms for "move":


Related Definitions for "move":

  1. the act of deciding to do something1
    • he didn't make a move to help1
    • his first move was to hire a lawyer1
  2. (game) a player's turn to take some action permitted by the rules of the game1
  3. the act of changing your residence or place of business1
    • they say that three moves equal one fire1
  4. the act of changing location from one place to another1
    • his move put him directly in my path1
  5. a change of position that does not entail a change of location1
    • an impatient move of his hand1
  6. be in a state of action1
    • she is always moving1
  7. go or proceed from one point to another1
    • the debate moved from family values to the economy1
  8. progress by being changed1
  9. propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting1
  10. have a turn; make one's move in a game1
  11. give an incentive for action1
    • This moved me to sacrifice my career1
  12. have an emotional or cognitive impact upon1
  13. arouse sympathy or compassion in1
    • Her fate moved us all1
  14. move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion1
    • He moved his hand slightly to the right1
  15. change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically1
    • The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell1
  16. cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense1
    • I'm moving my money to another bank1
    • The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant1
  17. change residence, affiliation, or place of employment1
    • We moved from Idaho to Nebraska1
    • The basketball player moved from one team to another1
  18. dispose of by selling1
    • The chairman of the company told the salesmen to move the computers1
  19. perform an action, or work out or perform (an action)1
    • We must move quickly1
  20. follow a procedure or take a course1
  21. live one's life in a specified environment1
    • she moves in certain circles only1
  22. To transfer a file from one location to another. After the file is transferred, there is only one copy of the file, in the new location.2

Wiktionary Translations for move:

move
noun
  1. the event of changing one's residence
verb
  1. to arouse the feelings or passions of
  2. to transfer from one space or position to another
  3. to cause to change place or posture; to set in motion
  4. to change the place of a piece
  5. to change residence
  6. to change place or posture; to go

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
move mover verroeren — in beweging komen
move mudanza verhuizing — de verwisseling van één (semi-) permanente woonplaats voor een andere
move trasladar verhuizen — de inboedel van een ander overbrengen
move mudarse verhuizen — van woonplaats veranderen
move conmover roeren — een emotie in iemand oproepen
move emocionar; conmocionar; conmover ontroeren — gevoelens van medeleven, vertedering of getroffenheid oproepen
move mover bewegen — van plaats veranderen
move movimiento Bewegungallgemein: Zustand jenseits der Ruhe
move jugada SchachzugSchach: das regelgerechte Bewegen, Ziehen einer Schachfigur während einer Partie
move mudanza UmzugWechsel eines Wohnsitzes (zu einem anderen Ort)
move jugada ZugSpiele: Bewegen einer Brettspielfigur von einem Feld auf ein anderes
move mover; moverse; poner en marcha; variar; oscilar; girar; dar vueltas bewegen — die Stellung eines Gegenstandes oder eines Teils davon (auch eines Teils von sich selbst) im Raum verändern
move poner en marcha; mover; moverse; variar; oscilar; girar; dar vueltas bewegen — etwas von einem Ort zum anderen schaffen
move desplazar fortbewegen — von einem Ort zum anderen bewegen[2]
move correr; mover rückenHilfsverb haben: die Position eines Gegenstandes verändern, ohne ihn hochzuheben
move mover rührenreflexiv, allgemein: sich bewegen
move transportar; trasportar; algo; trasladar; alguien transportieren — (transitiv) (unter Zuhilfenahme eines Transportmittels) etwas oder jemanden von einem Ort an einen anderen bringen/schaffen
move mover verschieben — etwas von einem an einen anderen Ort bewegen
move mudarse übersiedeln — (intransitiv) veraltet auch (reflexiv) den Wohnsitz (dauerhaft oder nur vorübergehend) wechseln und sich an einem anderen Ort niederlassen
move golpe coupimpression que fait un corps sur un autre en le frappant.
move mudanza; traslado déménagementaction de déménager des meubles, des objets, etc.
move trasladar; mover; desplazar déplacer — Prendre quelque chose et le placer ailleurs.
move determinar déterminerfixer les limites de, délimiter précisément.
move movimiento mouvement — Transport
move mover mouvoirdéplacer, faire aller d’un lieu à un autre, mettre en mouvement.
move operar opéreraccomplir une œuvre, produire un effet.
move remover; mover; conmover; emocionar remuermouvoir, déplacer.
move conmover; emocionar; agitar; perturbar émouvoirprovoquer une émotion.



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