mobile definition

  • adjective:
    • effective at moving or to be relocated easily from spot to spot: a mobile organism; a mobile missile system.
    • with the capacity of moving or switching quickly from state or problem to another: a mobile, expressive face.
    • Fluid; volatile: a mobile scenario following coup.
    • Marked because of the simple intermixing of various social teams: a mobile neighborhood.
    • Moving relatively easily from 1 social class or degree to a different: an upwardly cellular generation.
    • maintaining travel and move often: a restless, mobile culture.
    • moving easily; fluid: a mobile liquid.
    • with the capacity of becoming moved.
    • By company of smart phones.
    • effective at becoming moved; maybe not fixed in place or condition; movable.
    • described as a serious level of fluidity; moving or streaming with great freedom
    • Effortlessly moved in experience, function, or path; excitable; changeable; fickle.
    • Changing in features and appearance consuming your brain.
    • with the capacity of being moved, stimulated, or excited; with the capacity of natural movement.
    • Capable of moving readily, or moving frequenty from spot to place.
    • Having motor vehicles to permit motion from spot to location.
    • going or capable of moving readily (especially from destination to spot)
    • migratory
    • affording modification (especially in social status)
    • having transport offered
    • capable of altering quickly from 1 condition or problem to a different
  • noun:
    • a form of sculpture composed of very carefully equilibrated parts that move, especially in response to environment currents.
    • A sculpture or ornamental arrangement made of things dangling to enable them to move independently from one another (Wikipedia).
    • A mobile phone (Wikipedia).
    • a thing that can go.
    • The mob; the populace.
    • a kind of sculpture having several sheets or rods of a stiff material attached to both by thin line or twine in a balanced and artfully organized tree configuration, using topmost user suspended in atmosphere from a support so that the parts may move on their own whenever put in place by an ongoing of environment.
    • That which is movable.
    • A moving concept; a mover.
    • The populace; the rabble; the mob.
    • A name proposed instead for motor-vehicle, or automobile.
    • a river in southwestern Alabama; moves into Cellphone Bay
    • a port in southwestern Alabama on Cellphone Bay
    • sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts could be set in place by atmosphere currents
  • others:
    • Changeable; fickle.
    • with the capacity of being relocated from place to destination.
    • going; in motion; perhaps not stationary.
    • Movable; quickly going or movable; effective at facile action; thus, switching; quickly answering feeling or impulse.

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