mobility definition

  • noun:
    • the standard or condition to be mobile.
    • The action of people, as in one personal team, course, or level to another: "there is . . . restructuring of industry and downward transportation for People In America in general” ( Lawrence W. Sherman).
    • the health of becoming cellular
    • A measure for the level that one thing is mobile
    • The activity of men and women or things
    • simple activity between economic conditions
    • The quality or condition to be cellular.
    • The mob; the lower classes.
    • The property to be mobile or easily movable; susceptibility of movement or activity; preparedness to go or change in a reaction to impulse or small power; therefore, changeableness: as, transportation of features.
    • motion; motion.
    • (mob-il′ i-ti). The population; the mob: a use recommended by nobility.
    • In phytogeography, the inherent capacity of a plant for migration.
    • the grade of moving freely

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