moving definition

  • adjective:
    • Changing or capable of altering position: a moving target.
    • Relating to or taking part in a transfer of fixtures in one area to another: moving expenses; going van.
    • Causing or making motion.
    • concerning an automobile in movement: a moving infraction.
    • Arousing or with the capacity of arousing deep feeling: a moving account of the tragedy.
    • That techniques or move.
    • that triggers anyone to feel emotion.
    • altering location or pose; causing movement or action.
    • Exciting movement of the mind or emotions; adapted to maneuver the sympathies, passions, or affections; pressing; ridiculous.
    • in movement
    • arousing or effective at stimulating deep feeling
    • utilized of some photographs presented so as to produce the illusion of motion
  • verb:
    • Present participle of move.
  • noun:
    • The relocation of goods
    • A causing of a movement
    • The work of altering spot or posture; esp., the act of switching a person's dwelling destination or office.
    • motion; motion; impulse.
  • others:
    • Causing to maneuver or act; impelling; instigating; persuading; influencing: because, the moving cause of a dispute.
    • Exciting the emotions, particularly the tender emotions; coming in contact with; pathetic; influencing.

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