Associations to the word «Moving»
MOVING, adjective. (no comparative or superlative) That moves or move.
MOVING, adjective. That causes someone to feel emotion.
MOVING, verb. Present participle of move
MOVING, noun. (uncountable) The relocation of goods
MOVING, noun. (countable) A causing of a movement
MOVING AVERAGE, noun. (statistics) One of a family of techniques used to analyze time series data, in which a weighted average is determined for a given data point based on its value and the past values.
MOVING BOX, noun. A box for transporting household during relocation
MOVING FORWARD, verb. Present participle of move forward
MOVING PART, noun. In a piece of machinery with multiple parts, a part that is powered to move.
MOVING PARTS, noun. Plural of moving part
MOVING PICTURE, noun. (dated) Early term for a film or movie.
MOVING PICTURES, noun. Plural of moving picture
MOVING RAMP, noun. An inclined moving walkway.
MOVING SCREEN, noun. (basketball) (informal) An offensive foul committed when a player executing a screen moves in order to block the defender and makes contact. Technically it is a block; in other words, there is no such terminology in most rulebooks using the phrase "moving screen." This means that, for it to be a foul, there must be contact (and illegal contact at that, meaning advantage-conveying). No illegal contact, no foul, no matter how much moving the screener does.
MOVING SIDEWALK, noun. A moving walkway.
MOVING SPIRIT, noun. Someone who provides significant impetus or guidance in a given venture, movement, enterprise etc.
MOVING SPIRITS, noun. Plural of moving spirit
MOVING THE YARDSTICKS, verb. Present participle of move the yardsticks
MOVING TRUCK, noun. A truck, particularly one with a spacious, covered bed, designed for the purpose of relocating belongings, typically in change of residence.
MOVING UNIT, noun. A unit of measurement in motion, such as moving crowd,or moving parts of a machine.
MOVING UNITS, noun. Plural of moving unit
MOVING VIOLATION, noun. (law enforcement) Violation of the law by the driver of a vehicle while in motion.
MOVING WALKWAY, noun. (US) A slow conveyor belt that transports people horizontally or on an incline in a similar manner to an escalator.
MOVING WALKWAYS, noun. Plural of moving walkway
MOVING, adjective. In motion; "a constantly moving crowd"; "the moving parts of the machine".
MOVING, adjective. Arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion; "she laid her case of destitution before him in a very moving letter"- N. Hawthorne.
MOVING, adjective. Used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion; "Her ambition was to be in moving pictures or `the movies'".
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