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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(file)

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mobilitāte f (5th declension)

  1. mobility (the quality or state of that which is mobile or can move, which is in motion)
    karaspēka mobilitātetroop mobility
    peldķermeņi ar aparatūru, kas pēta pasaules okeāna dzelmes, pagaidām pārvietojas ļoti piesardzīgi, nepilnus 10 kilometrus stundā, turklāt, dziļumam palielinoties, to mobilitāte samazināsthe 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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