motile definition

  • adjective:
    • Biology Moving or getting the power to move spontaneously: motile spores.
    • Psychology Of or concerning emotional imagery that occurs mostly from sensations of physical action and position in the place of from artistic or auditory sensations.
    • having the capacity to go in an instant
    • of or regarding those emotional images that arise from sensations of bodily activity and place
    • Exhibiting, or with the capacity of, spontaneous action
    • making movement.
    • (of spores or microorganisms) with the capacity of activity
  • noun:
    • you whoever current psychological imagery takes the type of internal emotions of activity, such as for example incipient pronunciation of words, muscular innervations, etc.
    • one out of whose head engine photos tend to be predominant or particularly distinct.
    • one whoever prevailing psychological imagery takes the type of internal thoughts of activity
  • others:
    • with the capacity of spontaneous motion; doing automated or evidently voluntary movements: as, a motile flagellum; motile cilia, spores, etc.

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