Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

móvil in English:

1. movable movable


That's the movable part of the sky.

English word "móvil"(movable) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Toy Craft" (Leon H. Baxter)
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Fichas del libro - "The Long, Silvery Day" (Magnus...
Fichas del libro - "Story of the Aeroplane" (C. B....

2. mobile


The emergence of mobile phones as a major communication device surprised many.
My mobile has been stolen.
mobile phone
I wonder what effect technical advances such as the Internet, mobile phones and digitalization technology have on the people's awareness, actions and interest in politics.
On Jul 18th Mark/Space released an updated version of Missing Sync for Windows Mobile for the Mac OS X.
He's always losing his mobile.
Instead of interacting with each other, each of the family members turned their attention to their mobile devices, engrossing themselves in their own entertainments.
The invention of the mobile phone took place in the seventies, and it became accessible to all in the eighties and nineties.
Professor Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University invented a telenoid which could replace mobile phones in the future.
His mobile phone produced radio emissions that interfered with other phones.
It seems that the credit for my prepaid mobile phone account has run out.
The woman in a red dress ignored the black-clothed man and called a friend on her mobile.
Around half of middle-school students in Japan have mobile phones, but if you look at those in high school then 97% have them.
In France, advertising of mobile phones directed at children 12 and under is prohibited.
Even making an international phone call from a mobile, if it's Mobila then you can do it for 20 Yen per minute.