Movement

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Definition

a movement: a motion, a change in place or location; a campaign, a cause
noun

Examples

  • "It analyses the unique movements of the phone's owner."
  • "Although the notoriety of the local food movement is increasing, even lending such buzzwords as 'food patriotism' (strong belief in sustainable local food chains) and 'locavore' (one who eats only local products) to the lexicon, some remain unconvinced that the local food movement is all it's cracked up to be."
  • "Of the many trendy movements gaining popularity within elitist circles, the 'local food' movement may have the most momentum. The term describes the growing preference of some consumers to eat only locally or regionally-produced food rather than food which has traveled great distances before arriving on their plate."
  • "Chaos and violent movements"
  • "This one is an 'optical mouse', which means that it uses a laser to detect the mouse's movement."
  • "Of the many trendy movements gaining popularity within elitist circles, the 'local food' movement may have the most momentum. The term describes the growing preference of some consumers to eat only locally or regionally-produced food rather than food which has traveled great distances before arriving on their plate."
  • "In the 1960s, the Haight-Ashbury district was the center of the hippie counterculture movement and 'Flower Power'."
  • "Don't make any sudden movements."
  • "The basic philosophy behind the movement is that eating locally has ecological value: The carbon footprint of Kobe beef which has made the trip from Japan to New York has more of an environmental impact than a piece of fresh meat from the local farmer's market."

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