motion

US /ˈmoʃən/

UK /'məʊʃn/

A2
  • noun
  • Suggestion at a meeting
  • A movement; the process of moving
  • verb
  • To communicate by moving your head or hand

Examples

The motion was put to the conference and fully debated. The Opposition tabled a motion calling for the prime minister's resignation.

The motion will be debated later today.

He made little flapping motions with his arms.