Synonyms of movement in English:

movement


See US English definition of movement

See UK English definition of movement

See Spanish definition of movimiento

noun

1‘Rachel made a sudden movement’

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motion, move, manoeuvre
gesture, gesticulation, sign, signal
action, activity

2‘the movement of supplies by foreign military units’

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transportation, shift, shifting, conveyance, moving, transfer, transferral, relocation, repositioning

3‘the labour movement’

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political group, party, faction, organization, grouping, wing, front, lobby, camp
coalition

4‘a movement to declare war on poverty’

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campaign, crusade, drive, push

5‘there have been movements in the financial markets’

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development, change, fluctuation, rise, fall, variation

6‘the movement towards greater sexual equality’

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trend, tendency, drift, swing, current, course

7‘he believes that some movement in the case will be made by the end of the month’

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progress, progression, advance, step forward, breakthrough

8‘a symphony in three movements’

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part, section, division, passage

9‘the clock's movement’

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mechanism, machinery, works, workings, action, wheels, motion
informal innards, guts