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moving
'muːvɪŋ
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion.
  2. In motion.
  3. Used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion.
Hyphenationmov•ing
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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移动yídòngto move; movement; migration; mobile; portable
倒弄dǎonòngto move (things around); to buy and sell at a profit (derog.)
émove
乔迁qiáoqiānto move (to a superior place); promotion
pánto move
打动dǎdòngto move (to pity); arousing (sympathy); touching
招数zhāoshùmove (in chess, on stage, in martial arts); gambit; trick; scheme; movement; same as 着数
招法zhāofǎmove; method of use; trick for success
挪动nuódòngto move; to shift
挪窝儿nuó wōrto move (house); to move elsewhere
措举cuòjǔmove; measure; step (to some end)
搬动bāndòngto move (something around); to move house
搬场bānchǎngto move (house); to relocate; removal
搬移bānyíto move (house); to relocate; removals
zhāo(chess) move; trick; all right!; (dialect) to add
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