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mobility Saltos de línea: mo¦bil|ity
Pronunciación: /məʊˈbɪləti/

Definición de mobility en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The ability to move or be moved freely and easily: this exercise helps retain mobility in the damaged joints
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It makes it possible for people who have real problems of mobility to participate more easily in their own democracy.
  • The group had a degree of child mobility with children moving between carers for a range of reasons.
  • Now she fears her permanently-limited mobility has blocked that ambition.
Sinónimos
ability to move, movability, moveableness, motility, vigour, strength, potency
1.1The ability to move between different levels in society or employment: industrialization would open up increasing chances of social mobility
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The most egalitarian societies are also those with the highest level of social mobility.
  • That is, there would have to be the possibility of both upward and downward social mobility.
  • The middle class is large and for its members, upward or downward social mobility is rather easy.
Sinónimos

Palabras que riman con mobility

ability, agility, civility, debility, docility, edibility, facility, fertility, flexility, fragility, futility, gentility, hostility, humility, imbecility, infantility, juvenility, liability, nihility, nobility, nubility, puerility, senility, servility, stability, sterility, tactility, tranquillity (US tranquility), usability, utility, versatility, viability, virility, volatility

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