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ponderous {adj} [person, movement, steps]
412
schwerfällig
jerky {adj} [movement]
327
zuckend
burgeoning {adj} [movement, wealth]
126
expandierend
head {adj} [attr.] [e.g. injury, movement, rest]
118
Kopf- [z. B. Verletzung, Bewegung, Stütze]
erratic {adj} [movement]
99
unkontrolliert
still {adj} [without movement]
76
unbewegt
firmly {adv} [with verbs of movement or effort]
59
feste [ugs.] [mit Verben der Bewegung oder Anstrengung]
listless {adj} [movement, gait]
52
lasch
anat. med. ocular {adj} [e.g. movement, muscles, surgery]
46
Augen- [z. B. Bewegung, Muskeln, Operation]
static {adj} [lacking movement]
35
bewegungslos
tech. smooth {adj} [e.g. movement, motion]
27
ruckfrei [z. B. Bewegung,, Lauf]
biol. spontaneous {adj} [of movement or activity]
21
instinktiv
astron. phys. orbital {adj} [e.g. movement, period]
13
Umlauf- [Orbital-] [z. B. Bewegung, Zeit]
med. terminal {adj} [end of the range of movement / motion]
13
endgradig [z. B. Endgelenk, Biegung / Streckung]
lip {adj} [attr.] [e.g. balm, movement, piercing, print]
12
Lippen- [z. B. Balsam, Bewegung, Piercing, Abdruck]
undulating {adj} [movement, line]
8
wellenförmig
reversing {adj} {pres-p} [force, movement]
6
rücktreibend [Kraft, Bewegung]
cloth. dance games ouvert {adj} [also: ouverte] [esp. ballet stance or movement, crotchless panties]offen [bes. Ballettposition, Damenslip]
still {adj} {adv} [without movement]sich nicht bewegend
withershins {adv} [chiefly Scot.] [in the wrong direction] [of a circular movement]falsch herum
Verbs
mil. to hem sb./sth. [restrict the space or movement]
39
jdn./etw. einschließen
to wobble [object in movement]
31
kullern [ugs.]
to shy sth. [throw with a swift movement]etw. (schnell) werfen
Nouns
current [flow or movement]
3517
Fluss {m} [Strömung oder Bewegung]
tilt [sloping surface or position; sloping movement, inclination]
663
Neigung {f} [Schrägfläche; Schrägstellung]
plunge [downward movement] [also fig.]
517
Sturz {m} [auch fig.]
move [movement]
267
Bewegung {f}
action [movement]
104
Bewegung {f}
philos. philosophy [of a party, movement etc.]
87
Gedankengut {n}
breath [air expelled from the lungs; slight movement of air; small amount, hint]
75
Hauch {m} [geh.] [Atem; Lufthauch; kleine Menge, Andeutung]
dash [sudden movement]
63
Sprung {m} [schnelle Bewegung]
pol. fraction [of a political movement]
55
Fraktion {f} [Sondergruppe]
jerk [sudden movement]
43
Sprung {m} [Satz, Schreckreaktion]
quiver [slight trembling movement]
35
Beben {n}
clog [to impede movement]
32
Last {f} [physisch]
action [movement of the hand, gesture]
21
Handbewegung {f}
migration [movement of people, companies etc.]
21
Wegzug {m}
comm. neol. pol. astroturfing [simulation of a grassroots movement] [pej.]
20
Astroturfing {n} [Vortäuschen einer "Graswurzelbewegung"]
dart [movement]
17
Satz {m} [schnelle Bewegung]
comm. neol. pol. astroturfing [simulation of a grassroots movement] [pej.]
12
Kunstrasenbewegung {f} [Vortäuschen einer "Graswurzelbewegung", Basisbewegung]
ecol. percolation [esp. material movement through ground layers]
12
Durchsickern {n}
drive [campaign or movement]
9
Bewegung {f} [z. B. Spendenbewegung]
height [fig.] [the highest point of a cultural movement]
7
Hochzeit {f} [geh.] [Höhepunkt; Hochblüte]
revitalisation [esp. Br.] [of a tendency, movement]
6
Wiederaufleben {n}
dash [sudden start, movement]
5
Blitzstart {m}
shy [sudden movement, as from fear]
5
Zurückzucken {n}
mus. sociol. [(German) youth music movement]Jugendmusikbewegung {f}
[former participant of the German student movement / 68er-Bewegung]Altachtundsechziger {m} <Alt-68er> [ehemaliger Achtundsechziger]
hist. [German / Austrian youth movement]Wandervogel {m}
pol. [identity movement] [right-wing movement in Europe]identitäre Bewegung {f} <IB>
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