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mover

Translation of mover in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 2 (incitar, inducir) See examples: actuó movida por razones políticas
    her actions were politically motivated
    mover a alguien a algo¿qué lo movió a hacer eso?
    what moved o prompted him to do that?
    me preguntan qué me mueve a escribir este tipo de poema
    I am asked what it is that inspires o moves me to write this kind of poem
    aquellas imágenes los movían a compasión
    they were moved to pity by those pictures

verbo intransitivo

  • 2 (incitar, inducir)mover a algosu situación mueve a la compasión
    his predicament moves one to pity

also: moverse verbo pronominal

Example sentences
  • Con frecuencia los mercados internacionales de deuda soberana se mueven de manera sincronizada.
  • Entré por atrás, había tres chicas que se movían solas.
  • Supongo que Ballack hubiera servido para mover unas piezas y compensar.

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