- The definition of locomotion is motion or the ability to move from one place to another.
When a train goes from a station in New York to a station in Pennsylvania, this is an example of locomotion.
Origin: loco- plush motion
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- The act of moving from place to place.
- The ability to move from place to place.
Origin: Latin locō, from a place, ablative of locus, place + motion.
locomotion - Science Definition
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