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移動, いどう

  • idō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • removal
  • migration
  • movement


  • mobile (e.g. communications)

Examples of 移動,いどう in a Sentence

They are moving from the peaceful hills and the countryside to the busy world of streets and crowds.
In the first place, why do the birds migrate at all?
People, goods and money are all free to move across national borders in the region.
This species holds the record for long-distance migration.
People, goods and money are all free to move across national borders in the region.
Hanson is wrong when he states international economic developments led to great migrations of labour in the seventeenth century.
I came down from the back to get a better look at the board.
Hundreds of buffaloes moved toward the lake.
In fact, to move at any speed the polar bear uses twice as much energy as do most other mammals.
Today, people all over the world are moving out of small villages in the country to go and live in big, noisy cities.

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