These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “mover”. The views expressed in the examples do not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback. Leo is strategic, the queen on the chessboard, the driving force of the zodiac. You will hear and interact with some of the key players in the public, private and defence sectors. Again, driven by the category of advertising and research of infringement law, we see significant moves due to the highly competitive and expensive nature. Hookey, it probably seems, was the driving force; And I was happy that we saw him again. This success prompted the noble mover to bring the subject home. When it comes to V12, Porch is focused on this company`s marketing and data platform. From Old Portuguese mover, from Latin movēre, from Proto-Indo-European *mew- (“to move”).

The moment you stop playing this game, the first-mover advantage disappears. Although Zeta was a fast engine, it produced significant rainfall. mover (first person singular present movo, first person singular past movín, past participle movido) This is also true, although I somehow think Merrick is the driving force behind this hoax. “It could be a volatility factor or a market driver,” she adds. Then the camper came and dragged the cart to cool pastures in this immeasurable gray-green land. China has been the driving force behind the six-party talks aimed at persuading North Korea to dismantle its nuclear program. “Mover.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Retrieved 11 October 2022. Vestas was clearly the driving force behind WindMade and both deserve and have received recognition for it. Britannica English: Translation of mover for Arabic speakers He rotates in all directions except one, and it is in this direction that lies the driving force of his work, his subject. He was a driving force behind the Saudi military intervention in Bahrain a year ago to crush a nascent Shiite reform movement.

We anticipate that this particular stock will be a big driver. From the Latin movēre, present active infinitive of moveō. These forms are generated automatically and cannot actually be used. The use of pronouns varies by region. 1Obsolete for the most part, now mainly used in legal language.2The Argentine and Uruguayan voseo prefers the form tú to the subjunctive to the present tense.