Definition of Mobility. Meaning of Mobility. Synonyms of Mobility

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Definition of Mobility

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Intermobility
Intermobility In`ter*mo*bil"i*ty, n. Capacity of things to move among each other; as, the intermobility of fluid particles.

Meaning of Mobility from wikipedia

- Mobility may refer to: Economic mobility, ability of individuals or families to improve their economic status Geographic mobility, the measure of how...
- holes, called hole mobility. The term carrier mobility refers in general to both electron and hole mobility. Electron and hole mobility are special cases...
- Mobilities is a contemporary paradigm in the social sciences that explores the movement of people (human migration, individual mobility, travel, transport)...
- Motorola Mobility LLC, marketed as Motorola, is an American consumer electronics and telecommunications company, and a subsidiary of Chinese multinational...
- Social mobility is the movement of individuals, families, households, or other categories of people within or between social strata in a society. It is...
- AT&T Mobility LLC, also known as AT&T Wireless and marketed as simply AT&T, is an American telecommunications company. It is a wholly owned subsidiary...
- Smart mobility refers to many modes of transport. Some smart mobility services include: public transport (with real-time timetabling and route optimization...
- Siemens Mobility is a separately-managed company of Siemens, arising from a corporate restructuring effective 1 August 2018. With its global headquarters...
- Bell Mobility Inc. is a Canadian wireless network operator and the division of Bell Canada which offers wireless services across Canada. It operates networks...
- Tooth mobility is the horizontal or vertical displacement of a tooth beyond its normal physiological boundaries around the gingival area, i.e. the medical...
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