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abduct to draw or cause to move away from the main axis of the body. (Cf. adduct.) [1/2 definitions]
acetylcholine in biochemistry, the substance produced during nerve conduction that transmits nerve impulses across synapses and causes muscles to move. [1/2 definitions]
adduct to move or pull (a body part such as a muscle) toward the main axis. (Cf. abduct.)
advance to move or send forward. [2/13 definitions]
aerodynamics (used with a sing. verb) a science that deals with the dynamics of air and other gases and with the forces acting on objects that move through them.
affect1 to move emotionally; touch. [1/4 definitions]
agitate to cause to move briskly or with force. [1/3 definitions]
alternate to move back and forth indefinitely between two or more conditions, places, or actions (usu. fol. by "between"). [1/9 definitions]
ambulate to walk or move about from place to place.
angle1 the space between the lines of such a figure as measured in degrees, the number of which reflects the amount of turning that would be required to move one of the lines so that it meets and overlaps the other. [3/10 definitions]
animal a living creature that is generally distinguished from plants by its cellular structure and by the ability to move voluntarily. [1/5 definitions]
animate to inspire to move or act; prompt; actuate. [2/9 definitions]
animated able to move as though alive. [2/3 definitions]
antiperistalsis reverse movement in the intestines, alimentary canal, or similar organs, causing the contents of these organs to move backwards.
apoplexy the sudden loss of the ability to feel or move, caused by a rupture or obstruction of an artery in the brain; stroke.
approach to move in the direction of or become nearly equal to in quality, degree, or amount. [1/9 definitions]
arise to move upward. [1/4 definitions]
ascend to move towards a higher rank or position. [1/5 definitions]
back to move (something) in the reverse or opposite direction; cause to go backward. [2/15 definitions]
backgammon a board game in which each of two opponents throws dice and tries to move several pieces clockwise around and eventually off the board.
back-pedal in boxing, to move rapidly backward from one's opponent. [1/3 definitions]