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mo·bile

mobile

 
 
parts of speech:
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part of speech: adjective
pronunciation: mo bl [or] mo baIl
definition: able to move or be moved easily from one place or position to another.
I have a mobile phone.
synonyms:
movable
antonyms:
stationary
similar words:
moving, portable, traveling
 
part of speech: noun
pronunciation: mo bil  for 1 [or] mo baIl  for 2
definition 1: a telephone that operates using radio signals and therefore requires no wires. A mobile can be taken with one anywhere but may not function if it is too far away from a radio transmitter to receive signals. "Mobile" has the same meaning as "cell phone."
I bring my mobile with me everywhere.It is rude to talk on your mobile in the movie theater.
definition 2: a decorative object or a work of art that is made to be suspended in the air. It is made of pieces that are connected by wire or string. A mobile moves when touched by a breeze.
The art museum has a large mobile hanging in its lobby.The baby loves to watch the turning shapes in the mobile over her crib.
 
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