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From Middle English, from Old French, from Latin mōbilis (easy to be moved, moveable), from moveō (move).

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Mobile (comparative more Mobile, superlative most Mobile)

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Mobile

Comparative
more Mobile

Superlative
most Mobile

  1. Capable of being moved.

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Singular
Mobile

Plural
Mobiles

Mobile (plural Mobiles)
  1. A sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other.
  2. A mobile phone.
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Mobile

  1. Definite of mobil.
  2. Plural of mobil.

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Patrono:Fr-adj-mf

  1. mobile
  2. moving
  3. movable

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Mobile m. (plural Mobiles)

  1. Patrono:Physics moving body
  2. mobile (decoration)
  3. motive (for an action, for a crime)
  4. mobile phone

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mobile m and f (m and f plural mobili)

  1. movable, mobile
  2. moving

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mobile m. (plural mobili)

  1. (singular) item of furniture
  2. (plural) furniture
  3. mobile (cellular phone)

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