Traducción de locomotion en Español:


locomoción, n.

Pronunciación /ˌloʊkəˈmoʊʃ(ə)n/ /ləʊkəˈməʊʃ(ə)n/

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    locomoción femenino
    • We, as bipeds, creatures with two legs, move with bipedal locomotion.
    • In salamanders, both swimming and ambulatory locomotion involves lateral body bending.
    • Adult cats also have the ability to express hindlimb locomotion after complete spinalisation.
    • At the first level, one asks how a propulsor is built and how it moves during locomotion.
    • If you were to place a bicycle wheel on a stool in a museum you'd be talking about the properties of locomotion - how the wheel interacts with the stool.
    • The transition to axial locomotion occurs at near maximum sustained swimming speed.
    • Can the central nervous system learn to change the timing of activation of muscles in order to generate proper locomotion?
    • This form of bipedal locomotion is a waddling gait.
    • The next step in animal locomotion is to subject animals to perturbations and reveal the function of all their parts.
    • Though rarely seen, it appears always to be close at hand and never at a loss for means of locomotion and transport.
    • However, the transition from cursorial to aerial locomotion and maneuvering was not as simple as growing large wings.
    • This freed their hands for purposes other than locomotion.
    • They're graceful in the trees, and their method of locomotion on the ground can only be described as ‘having it large’.
    • The history of this area is bound up in locomotion.
    • The central experience of aerial locomotion, however, has been so well designed that you can happily spend an hour just swinging around.
    • It resembles no natural form of locomotion I can think of.
    • Higher-level control of locomotion seems to be more important for humans than for cats.
    • As her pain made locomotion distressing, the father had to carry his daughter home.
    • These life forms most likely have appendages for the purpose of locomotion.
    • The walking gait maneuver is the body's natural means of locomotion.