متحرك, متنقل, متقلب, متسم بإمتزاج الفئات الإجتماعية, مستخدم السيارات, قابل للحركة
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Noun(1) a river in southwestern Alabama; flows into Mobile Bay(2) a port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay(3) sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents
Adjective(1) migratory(2) moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place(3) having transportation available(4) capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another(5) affording change (especially in social status
(1) His face is mobile and pensive, reflecting a deeper register of emotion than his acting peers in Miami and Las Vegas.(2) In economic terms this is the creation of a socially mobile class.(3) If necessary, they are to be reinforced with mobile units redeployed from other areas.(4) Small and slight, beneath a few grey hairs she has a gamine, mobile face.(5) By using large, easily mobile poultry sheds he allows his birds to benefit from clean, fresh ground each day around the farm's 100 acres of fields and woodlands.(6) As I understand it they are mobile and can easily be transferred if the need arises.(7) The prevalent attitude was ├ö├ç├┐we work hard and play hard,├ö├ç├û which is also dominant in many mobile units today.(8) The need for a mobile library has been felt in the residential areas after the District Library Authority suspended its mobile service for various reasons some time back.(9) She has expressively mobile features and switches from youthful hope to aged eccentricity with admirable economy.(10) His exhibit of a human skull captivates the viewer with its tranquil, yet mobile , expression.(11) She is an endless delight, with her humorous, homely, mobile face; she's terrific at mugging and double takes.(12) A world in which there were milkmen, and bread delivery men, and mobile shops, and a tight knit community.(13) The mobile library service dates back to the age of horse and cart, but expanded rapidly with the closure of many smaller rural branches.(14) Shareholders also questioned investments in mobile players in developing countries.(15) The mobile service is designed to bring the marriage bureau to the doorstep of the customer.(16) Then leaps back into action like an Italian, talking with hands and very, very mobile face.
2. traveling ::
3. adaptable ::
4. roving ::
5. fluid ::
1. immobile ::
2. immovable ::
3. irremovable ::
Different Formsmobile, mobiles
English to Arabic Dictionary: mobile
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