mobilitāte

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See also: mobilitate and mobilitātē

Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From mobils (mobile) +‎ -itāte. Probably not formed as such in Latvian, but borrowed and adapted from other European languages.

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Noun[edit]

mobilitāte f (5th declension)

  1. mobility (the quality or state of that which is mobile or can move, which is in motion)
    karaspēka mobilitāte — troop mobility
    peldķermeņi ar aparatūru, kas pēta pasaules okeāna dzelmes, pagaidām pārvietojas ļoti piesardzīgi, nepilnus 10 kilometrus stundā, turklāt, dziļumam palielinoties, to mobilitāte samazinās — the floating devices that research the depths of the world's oceans must for now move very carefully, less than 10 kilometers per hour; in addition, as the depth increases, their mobility decreases

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