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  1. movement

movement [the ~] noun

  1. the movement (noise; rumour; roar; )
    la rumeur; le vacarme; le bruit; le tapage; la cabale; le chahut; le tumulte; le fracas; la cohue

Translation Matrix for movement:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bruit din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour ado; babbling; bustle; buzz; clamor; clamour; commotion; din; fuss; howling; hubbub; hullabaloo; hum; murmuring; muttering; noise; racket; roaring; song and dance; sound; to-do; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar; yelling
cabale din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour cabal; racket; row; rumpus
chahut din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour bedlam; chaos; clamor; clamour; commotion; debris; din; disorder; disturbance; hubbub; hullabaloo; interference; mess; noise; pandemonium; racket; trouble; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar
cohue din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour bedlam; clamor; clamour; commotion; crowd; din; flow; hectics; hubbub; hullabaloo; influx; noise; pandemonium; racket; rush; squash; stampede; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar
fracas din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour bang; blast; boom; bump; crash; discharge; explosion; howling; roaring; smack; sudden explosion; thud; thump; volcano eruption; yelling
mouvement current; drift; gesture; locomotion
rumeur din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour babbling; backbiting; bustle; buzz; defamation; din; fuss; gossip; hum; mudslinging; murmuring; muttering; noise; profanity; scandal; scandal-mongering; slander; sound; vilification
tapage din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour clamor; clamour; din; fuss; hubbub; hullabaloo; knocking on; noise; racket; sound; strapper; tap; tapping on; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar; whopper
tumulte din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour agitation; argy-bargy; bedlam; clamor; clamour; commotion; crowd; din; disturbance; fisticuffs; fuss; howling; hubble-bubble; hubbub; hullabaloo; noise; pandemonium; racket; rebellion; revolt; riot; roaring; sensation; shake up; sound; squabbling; stir; tumult; tumultuousness; turbulence; unrest; upheaval; uproar; yelling
vacarme din; hubbub; hum; movement; noise; roar; rumor; rumour babbling; bedlam; bustle; buzz; cheering; cheers; clamor; clamour; commotion; din; exultation; fuss; howling; hubbub; hullabaloo; hum; jubilation; murmuring; muttering; noise; pandemonium; racket; rejoicing; roaring; sound; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar; yelling
- apparent motion; apparent movement; bm; bowel movement; campaign; cause; crusade; drift; drive; effort; front; motility; motion; move; social movement; trend
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
mouvement movement

Related Words for "movement":

  • movements

Synonyms for "movement":

Related Definitions for "movement":

  1. the act of changing location from one place to another1
    • the movement of people from the farms to the cities1
  2. the act of changing the location of something1
    • the movement of cargo onto the vessel1
  3. a change of position that does not entail a change of location1
    • movement is a sign of life1
  4. a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end1
    • the movement to end slavery1
  5. the driving and regulating parts of a mechanism (as of a watch or clock)1
    • it was an expensive watch with a diamond movement1
  6. a general tendency to change (as of opinion)1
    • a broad movement of the electorate to the right1
  7. a major self-contained part of a symphony or sonata1
    • the second movement is slow and melodic1
  8. a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something1
  9. a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals1
    • he was a charter member of the movement1
    • politicians have to respect a mass movement1
  10. an optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object1
    • the succession of flashing lights gave an illusion of movement1
  11. a euphemism for defecation1

Wiktionary Translations for movement:

  1. trend in various fields or social categories
  2. physical motion
  1. Transport

Cross Translation:
movement mouvement Bewegungpolitisch: große Gruppe von Menschen, die eine politische Veränderung anstreben, nicht fest (parteimäßig) organisiert
movement mouvement SatzMusik: ein Teil eines Musikstückes

Wiktionary Translations for movements:

  1. ensemble de manœuvres plus ou moins blâmables pour arriver à un but.

Related Translations for movements