Definition of motility in English:

motility

noun

See motile

  • ‘Sperm motility and progression were determined as described above.’
  • ‘They affect the brain and nervous system, and have an effect on the motility, or movement, of the gut.’
  • ‘Thus, it is safe to describe IBS as a problem of disordered bowel motility.’
  • ‘Recent studies have revealed that the motility of this cell is based on a membrane motor that directly uses electrical energy.’
  • ‘Men experiencing psychological distress tend to produce less ejaculate with fewer sperm and lower motility.’

Pronunciation

motility

/məʊˈtɪlɪti/