US: /ˈmoʊbəɫ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

mobile /'moubail/
  • tính từ
    • chuyển động, di động; lưu động
    • hay thay đổi, dễ biến đổi, biến đổi nhanh
      • mobile features: nét mặt dễ biến đổi

Advanced English dictionary

adjective, noun
+ adjective
1 [usually before noun] that is not fixed in one place and can be moved easily and quickly: mobile equipment + a mobile shop / library (= one inside a vehicle)
2 [not usually before noun] (of a person) able to move or travel around easily: a kitchen especially designed for the elderly or people who are less mobile + You really need to be mobile (= have a car) if you live in the country.
3 (of people) able to change your social class, your job or the place where you live easily: a highly mobile workforce (= people who can move easily from place to place)
4 (of a face or its features) changing shape or expression easily and often: His mobile features registered amusement.
+ noun
1 a decoration made from wire, etc. that is hung from the ceiling and that has small objects hanging from it which move when the air around them moves
2 (BrE) = MOBILE PHONE: Call me on my mobile.(also mobile) (both BrE) (also cellular phone, cellphone AmE, BrE)
+ noun
a telephone that does not have wires and works by radio, that you can carry with you and use anywhere

Thesaurus dictionary

1 movable, non-stationary, unstationary, unfixed, travelling, portable, transportable:
A mobile display was designed for industrial fairs.
2 motorized, mechanical, transportable, movable:
They live in a mobile home. The mobile library comes round every Wednesday
3 expressive, sensitive, animated, plastic, flexible, US facile:
Her mobile face at once reflected her thoughts.
4 agile, versatile, nimble, quick, alert, active, responsive:
You need your wits about you to keep up with Randolph's mobile mind
5 ambulatory, ambulant:
After the artificial joint surgery, Keith was once again completely mobile.

Collocation dictionary


be | become, get
Babies start to get mobile around the age of eight months.
| remain


exceptionally, extraordinarily, freely, highly, very | fully
The barbecue is fully mobile.
| increasingly | fairly, quite, relatively
She remained fairly mobile despite her disabilities.
| geographically, socially
a geographically mobile population
| downwardly, upwardly
downwardly mobile members of society
| internationally
internationally mobile investment

Concise English dictionary

+a river in southwestern Alabama; flows into Mobile Bay
+a port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay
+sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents
+moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)
+(of groups of people) tending to travel and change settlements frequently
+having transportation available
+capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another
+affording change (especially in social status)