Locomotion definitions

lō'kə-mō'shən
The act of moving from place to place.
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The ability to move from place to place.
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Motion, or the power of moving, from one place to another.
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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.

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The movement of an organism from one place to another, often by the action of appendages such as flagella, limbs, or wings. In some animals, such as fish, locomotion results from a wavelike series of muscle contractions.
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The ability to move from place to place, or the act of doing so.
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(biology) Self-powered motion by which a whole organism changes its location through walking, running, jumping, crawling, swimming or flying.
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Origin of locomotion

Latin locō from a place ablative of locus place motion