Nonmobile



[moh-buh l, -beel or, esp. British, -bahyl] /ˈmoʊ bəl, -bil or, esp. British, -baɪl/

adjective
1.
capable of moving or being moved readily.
2.
Digital Technology. pertaining to or noting a cell phone, usually one with computing ability, or a portable, wireless computing device used while held in the hand, as in mobile tablet; mobile PDA; mobile app.
3.
utilizing motor vehicles for ready movement:
a mobile library.
4.
Military. permanently equipped with vehicles for transport.
5.
flowing freely, as a liquid.
6.
changeable or changing easily in expression, mood, purpose, etc.:
a mobile face.
7.
quickly responding to impulses, emotions, etc., as the mind.
8.
Sociology.

9.
of or relating to a mobile.
noun
10.
a piece of sculpture having delicately balanced units constructed of rods and sheets of metal or other material suspended in midair by wire or twine so that the individual parts can move independently, as when stirred by a breeze.
Compare (def 3).
11.
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12.
Informal. a .
13.
Citizens Band Radio Slang. a vehicle.
/ˈməʊbaɪl/
adjective
1.
having freedom of movement; movable
2.
changing quickly in expression: a mobile face
3.
(sociol) (of individuals or social groups) moving within and between classes, occupations, and localities: upwardly mobile
4.
(of military forces) able to move freely and quickly to any given area
5.
(postpositive) (informal) having transport available: are you mobile tonight?
noun
6.

7.
short for mobile phone
/ˈməʊbiːl; məʊˈbiːl/
noun
1.
a port in SW Alabama, on Mobile Bay (an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico): the state’s only port and its first permanent settlement, made by French colonists in 1711. Pop: 193 464 (2003 est)
adj.

late 15c., from Middle French mobile (14c.), from Latin mobilis “movable, easy to move; loose, not firm,” figuratively, “pliable, flexible, susceptible, nimble, quick; changeable, inconstant, fickle,” contraction of *movibilis, from movere “to move” (see move (v.)). Sociology sense from 1927. Mobile home first recorded 1940.
n.

early 15c. in astronomy, “outer sphere of the universe,” from mobile (adj.); the artistic sense is first recorded 1949 as a shortening of mobile sculpture (1936). Now-obsolete sense of “the common people, the rabble” (1670s) led to mob (n.).

city in Alabama, U.S., attested c.1540 in Spanish as Mauvila, referring to an Indian group and perhaps from Choctaw (Muskogean) moeli “to paddle.” Related: Mobilian.

A sculpture made up of suspended shapes that move.

Note: Alexander Calder, a twentieth-century American sculptor, is known for his mobiles.

adjective

Attractive; dishy (1990s+ Teenagers)

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pimpmobile

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