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1an act of changing physical location or position or of having this changed:a slight movement of the upper body the principle of the free movement of goods between member states an arrival or departure of an aircraft. (also bowel movement) an act of defecation.
) the activities and whereabouts of someone, especially during a particular period of time:your movements and telephone conversations are recorded
the general activity or bustle of people or things in a particular place:the scene was almost devoid of movement the progressive development of a poem or story:the novel shows minimal concern for narrative movement a change or development in something:movements in the underlying financial markets 2 [often with modifier] a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social, or artistic ideas:the labor movement [usually in singular] a campaign undertaken by a group of people working together:a movement to declare war on poverty 3 Music a principal division of a longer musical work, self-sufficient in terms of key, tempo, and structure:the slow movement of his violin concerto 4the moving parts of a mechanism, especially a clock or watch.