mobilenoun abbreviation

  • ja動ける、動かしやすい、可動性の
  • enable to move

Examples

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And those of you patrolling 7th Avenue, please be aware of the new pedal pubs.
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They're bike-powered mobile bars that are very popular with bachelorette parties.
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But unfortunately, they have led to a dramatic increase in the rarely seen case of female public urination.
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Resist!
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So this would be a loan for an ice cream store?
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Like Baskin Robbins?
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We will be selling ice cream.
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Well, I hope so.
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The business will have a mobile component.
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Yeah, I see you've underlined that several times here.
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What does that mean?
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You'll deliver?
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He's on the move already.
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- Look at him crawling. - Yeah.
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- Is he crawling or walking? - Yeah.
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No, he's walking.
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He's fully mobile.
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Moving on, there's an important weather alert to tell you about.
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Because of unusual cold in South Florida,
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the National Weather Service has warned people to — and this is true — watch out for falling iguanas.
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Yeah, now, they're okay.
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But apparently, when the weather drops below 40 degrees,
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iguanas become less mobile and can fall out of the tree branches.
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You should think about making this a mobile dispensary.
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I don't know.
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- Hey! Do you wanna buy some weed? - All right.
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Someone will be right down.
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In the 2014 reboot, Murphy gets his injuries in an explosion that was created digitally,
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but the suit he dons afterward was actually real.
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"And there was a philosophy from the start that we were gonna have a head-to-toe suit."
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The challenge was building a suit that was mobile and easy for the digital department to add onto.
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Man, Stormi is just so animated, man.
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She's running around the house right now on this new walker.
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And she's turned it into a full blown runner.
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Yeah.
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- Yeah, that's dangerous, when they start being able to move around like that, being mobile. - Yeah, it is.
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Before she began collecting mansions and enjoying her downtime at the Chateau Marmont,
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Del Rey resided in a mobile home.