movible

movible
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (capable of being moved)
a. movable
El espectáculo musical utilizó el escenario movible para hacer que la escenografía se moviera.The musical used the movable stage to make the scenery move.
b. easily moved
Use deslizadores para que los muebles pesados sean movibles.Use sliders so that heavy furniture can be easily moved.
2. (changing date each year)
a. movable
El Día de Acción de Gracias no es un feriado movible. Siempre cae el tercer jueves de noviembre.Thanksgiving is not a movable holiday. It always falls on the third Thursday of November.
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movible
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a. movable
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movible
adjective
1 (no fijo) [+objeto] movable
pendientes verdes de forma geométrica movible tiene la virtud de que carece de partes movibles y está libre, por tanto, de los errores mecánicos de discos construyó un molino de tejado movible en Alkmaar autómatas celulares y autómatas finitos movibles constituyen la base estructural y retórica
2 (voluble) [+carácter, persona] fickle
Debe de ser efecto del carácter impresionable y movible de la gente mediterránea
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