a Doppler-radar presentation that indicates moving targets only, stationary objects reflecting signals that the system rejects.
noun 1. a large truck or trailer used for transporting furnishings from one residence or office to another.
noun 1. any of various traffic violations committed while a vehicle is in motion, as speeding, driving through a red light, or going the wrong direction on a one-way street.
- Moving walkway
noun a slow-speed conveyor belt for transporting people; also called moving sidewalk , travelator , peoplemover , moving pavement Examples Airports are smart to install moving walkways.
[moo-vee-oh-luh] /ˌmu viˈoʊ lə/ Movies, Trademark. 1. a brand of projection device for a motion-picture film allowing one person to see the film through a viewer and control its motion and speed, used in film editing, preparing titles, etc. /ˌmuːvɪˈəʊlə/ noun 1. trademark a viewing machine used in cutting and editing film