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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of moving staircase:
/muvɪŋ stɛɹkejs/

Derived Form of moving

verb
root word: move
third person: moves
past: moved
past participle: moved
present participle: moving
adjective
comparitive: more moving
superlative: most moving
Verb: move
1
change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically
  1. How fast does your new car go?
  2. We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus
  3. The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect
  4. The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell
  5. news travelled fast
Synonymstravel, go, move, locomote,
Antonymsstay_in_place,
Hyponymsaccompany, advance, angle, ascend, automobile, back, bang, beetle, betake oneself, billow, bounce, breeze, caravan, career, carry, circle, circuit, circulate, come, crawl, cruise, derail, descend, do, drag, draw, drive, ease, fall, ferry, float, flock, fly, follow, forge, get around, ghost, glide, go around, hiss, hurtle, island hop, lance, lurch, outflank, pace, pan, pass, pass over, play, plow, prance, precede, precess, proceed, propagate, pursue, push, raft, repair, retreat, retrograde, return, ride, rise, roll, round, run, rush, scramble, seek, shuttle, sift, ski, slice into, slither, snowshoe, speed, steamer, step, stray, swap, swash, swim, swing, taxi, trail, tram, transfer, travel, travel by, travel purposefully, travel rapidly, trundle, turn, walk, weave, wend, wheel, whine, whish, whisk, whistle, withdraw, zigzag, zoom,
2
cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
  1. Move those boxes into the corner, please
  2. I'm moving my money to another bank
  3. The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant
Synonymsmove, displace,
Hyponymsadvance, agitate, beat, blow, brandish, center, change hands, chase away, circulate, dandle, disarrange, dislocate, displace, drag, drive, drop, engage, expel, exteriorize, flick, fluctuate, funnel, glide, herd, hit, hustle, jar, lateralize, launch, lift, lower, mobilize, overturn, play, pour, press down, propel, pull, pulse, pump, push, put, race, raise, rake, relocate, rock, roll, rout out, run, saltate, scan, send, separate, shift, singsong, sink, slide, sling, slip, spill, station, stir, swing, take back, transfer, translate, transmit, transport, tug, turn, unseat, unwind, uproot, upstage, wash, wedge, whistle, wind, woosh, work,
3
move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
  1. He moved his hand slightly to the right
Synonymsmove,
Antonymsstand_still,
Hyponymsarouse, assume, beat, bob, bolt, brush, buck, bustle, cant, careen, chop, churn, climb, close, crash, cut, cut to, dance, diverge, dodge, drop back, duck, exit, falter, fidget, flex, flinch, fling, flip, flow, flurry, fly, get down, grab, gravitate, heave, hit the dirt, hop, hop on, jerk, jolt, jump, linger, list, lunge, lurch, make way, mill, mope, move back and forth, move involuntarily, move over, nod, pulsate, putter, quicken, reach, reciprocate, roll, run, seesaw, separate, shake, sidle, slip, snap, spread, startle, steal, stir, streak, stretch, strike out, stumble, sweep, swoop, teeter, throw, thunder, turn, vibrate, wallow, wamble, whirl, wobble, writhe,
Typesagitating, arousing, assuming, beating, bending, bestriding, bobbing, boiling, bolting, bounding, brushing, bucking, budging, bustling, bustling about, canting, canting over, careening, chopping, churning, clicking, climbing, climbing on, closing, coggling, coming together, coursing, crashing, cringing, cutting, cutting to, dancing, dawdling, displacing, diverging, dodging, dropping back, ducking, easing up, exiting, faltering, feeding, fidgeting, flapping, flexing, flicking, flinching, flinging, flipping, flowing, flurrying, fluxing, flying, funking, getting down, getting on, getting out, giving, giving way, going out, grabbing, gravitating, heaving, hitching, hitting the deck, hitting the dirt, hopping, hopping on, hurling, hurtling, hustling, jarring, jerking, jolting, jumping, jumping on, kicking, leaning, leaping, leaving, lingering, listing, lunging, lurching, making way, milling, milling about, milling around, moiling, moping, moping around, mounting, mounting up, moving back and forth, moving involuntarily, moving over, moving reflexively, nodding, parting, pitching, pottering, pottering around, pounding, propagating, pulsating, puttering, puttering around, quailing, quickening, quivering, reaching, reaching out, reciprocating, recoiling, roiling, rolling, running, sailing, sashaying, seesawing, separating, shaking, shifting, shrinking, sidling, slanting, slipping, snapping, splitting, spreading, springing, squinching, squirming, starting, startling, stealing, stirring, streaking, stretching, stretching out, striking, stumbling, sweeping, swooping, taking, taking up, teetering, throwing, thrusting, thumping, thundering, tilting, tottering, tripping, tripping the light fantastic, tripping the light fantastic toe, tumbling, turning, twisting, twitching, undulating, vibrating, waggling, wallowing, wambling, wavering, waving, weltering, whirling, whirling around, wincing, wobbling, worming, wrestling, wriggling, writhing, yielding,
See alsomotion, move over,
4
change residence, affiliation, or place of employment
  1. We moved from Idaho to Nebraska
  2. The basketball player moved from one team to another
Synonymsmove,
Antonymsstay,
Hyponymsevacuate, migrate, move in, move out, relocate,
Typesevacuating, migrating, moving in, moving out, relocating, transmigrating,
See alsomovement, mover,
5
follow a procedure or take a course
  1. We should go farther in this matter
  2. She went through a lot of trouble
  3. go about the world in a certain manner
  4. Messages must go through diplomatic channels
Synonymsgo, proceed, move,
Hyponymssteamroller, venture, work,
Hypernymsact,
Type ofacting, moving,
Typesembarking, steamrollering, steamrolling, venturing, working,
6
be in a state of action
  1. she is always moving
Synonymsbe active, move,
Antonymsrest,
Hyponymsbestir,
Typesbestirring, rousing,
See alsomotion, mover,
7
go or proceed from one point to another
  1. the debate moved from family values to the economy
Synonymsmove,
Hyponymsscroll, sink, step,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofaltering, changing, varying,
Typeslapsing, passing, scrolling, sinking, stepping,
8
perform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
  1. think before you act
  2. We must move quickly
  3. The governor should act on the new energy bill
  4. The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel
Synonymsact, move,
Antonymsrefrain,
Hyponymsact on, alternate, antagonize, anticipate, attack, begin, behave, coact, come close, come to the fore, condescend, continue, cope, court, create, dally, dare, deal, dispatch, do well, effect, egotrip, evade, exert, finish up, force, get around to, go, go ahead, go off half-cocked, guard, interact, interrupt, lord it over, make a point, make bold, maneuver, misbehave, participate, partner, perform, perpetrate, play, play it by ear, prosecute, race, rampage, react, reciprocate, repeat, reward, rush, satisfice, set about, sneak, stampede, surprise, take, take care, take time by the forelock, try, use, volunteer, wait, woo,
Typesacquitting, acting on, acting superior, aggressing, alternating, antagonising, antagonizing, anticipating, approaching, assaying, attacking, attempting, bearing, beginning, behaving, carrying, coacting, coming close, coming forward, coming out, coming to the fore, committing, comporting, condescending, conducting, contending, continuing, coping, counteracting, countering, courting, creating, dallying, daring, dealing, deigning, deporting, descending, dispatching, disturbing, doing well, effecting, egotripping, ending up, engaging, essaying, evading, exerting, festinating, fetching up, finishing, finishing up, flirting, forcing, foreseeing, forestalling, getting around to, getting by, going, going about, going ahead, going along, going off at half-cock, going off half-cocked, going on, grappling, guarding, hading best, hastening, holding back, holding off, hurrying, interacting, interrupting, keeping, landing up, looking sharp, lording it over, lowering oneself, making a point, making bold, making do, making out, making sure, managing, maneuvering, manoeuvering, manoeuvring, misbehaving, misconducting, misdemeaning, moving, offering, opposing, participating, partnering, paying back, performing, perpetrating, persisting in, playing, playing it by ear, plowing ahead, presuming, proceeding, prosecuting, pulling, pursuing, putting on airs, queening it over, racing, rampaging, reacting, reciprocating, repaying, repeating, responding, rewarding, romancing, rushing, satisficing, seeking, setting about, sneaking, soliciting, staisfising, stampeding, starting, stepping forward, stepping to the fore, stepping up, stooping, surprising, taking, taking care, taking over, taking part, taking time by the forelock, taking turns, toying, trying, using, volunteering, waiting, winding up, wooing,
9
have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
  1. This child impressed me as unusually mature
  2. This behavior struck me as odd
Synonymsaffect, impress, move, strike,
Hyponymsalienate, awaken, cloud, disturb, engrave, hit home, impress, infect, jar, move, pierce, sadden, smite, strike dumb, surprise, sweep away, touch, zap,
Typesawakening, clouding, disturbing, engraving, hitting home, impressing, infecting, ingraining, instilling, jarring, moving, piercing, saddening, smiting, stirring, striking a chord, striking a note, striking dumb, striking home, surprising, sweeping away, sweeping off, touching, troubling, upsetting, zapping,
10
give an incentive for action
  1. This moved me to sacrifice my career
Synonymsmotivate, actuate, propel, move, prompt, incite,
Hypernymscause,
Type ofcausing, doing, making,
11
arouse sympathy or compassion in
  1. Her fate moved us all
Synonymsmove,
Hypernymsaffect,
Type ofaffecting, impressing, moving, striking,
12
dispose of by selling
  1. The chairman of the company told the salesmen to move the computers
Synonymsmove,
Hypernymssell,
Type ofselling,
13
progress by being changed
  1. The speech has to go through several more drafts
  2. run through your presentation before the meeting
Synonymsmove, go, run,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchanging,
14
live one's life in a specified environment
  1. she moves in certain circles only
Synonymsmove,
Hypernymslive,
Type ofliving,
15
have a turn; make one's move in a game
  1. Can I go now?
Synonymsmove, go,
Hyponymsbluff, castle, check, draw, manoeuver, open, serve, stalemate, trump,
Entailmentsplay,
Typesbluffing, bluffing out, casting, castling, checking, drawing, maneuvering, manoeuvering, manoeuvring, opening, operating, ruffing, serving, stalemating, trumping,
16
propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting
Synonymsmove, make a motion,
Hypernymspropose,
Type ofadvising, proposing, suggesting,
See alsomover,
17
change location; move, travel, or proceed
Synonymsgoing, locomoting, traveling,
Typesaccompanying, advancing, angling, arising, ascending, automobiling, backing, banging, beetling, being adrift, belting along, betaking oneself, billowing, blowing, bouncing, breezing, bucketing along, cannonballing along, careering, carrying, casting, changing, circling, circuiting, circulating, coming, coming back, coming down, coming up, continuing, cranking, crawling, creeping, cruising, derailing, descending, doing, dragging, drawing, drawing back, drifting, driving, easing, erring, falling, ferrying, floating, flocking, flying, following, forging, getting about, getting around, getting back, ghosting, gliding, going across, going around, going back, going by, going down, going forward, going on, going past, going through, going up, hastening, hissing, hotfooting, hurrying, hurtling, hying, islanding hop, jouncing, journeying, jumping, lancing, leading, lifting, lurching, marching on, meandering, motoring, moving around, moving back, moving on, moving up, outflanking, overflying, pacing, panning, passing, passing by, passing on, passing over, pelting along, playing, ploughing, plowing, prancing, preceding, precessing, proceeding, progressing, propagating, pulling away, pulling back, pursuing, pushing, racing, rafting, rambling, ranging, receding, repairing, resorting, retiring, retreating, retrograding, returning, riding, rising, roaming, rolling, rounding, roving, running, rushing, rushing along, scrambling, seeking, shacking, shuttling, sifting, sitting, skiing, slicing into, slicing through, sliding, slithering, snowshoing, speeding, spirting, spreading, spurting, steaming, stepping, straying, surpassing, swanning, swapping, swashing, swimming, swinging, taking the air, taxying, threading, trailing, tramping, transferring, traveling, traveling along, traveling by, traveling purposefully, traveling rapidly, treading, trundling, turning, uprising, vagabonding, walking, wandering, weaving, wending, wheeling, whining, whishing, whisking, whistling, whooshing, winding, winging, withdrawing, zigzagging, zipping, zooming,
See alsomotion, move back, move on, move out, movement, mover,
18
cause to move, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Synonymsdisplacing,
Typesadvancing, agitating, basing, beating, blowing, booting out, bowling over, brandishing, bringing down, bringing forward, bringing outside, bringing up, bumping around, carrying, centering, centring, changing hands, channeling, channelising, channelizing, chasing away, chucking out, circulating, commoving, crowding, dandling, depressing, deracinating, directing, disarranging, disgorging, dislocating, dislodging, dispelling, displacing, distributing, disturbing, disuniting, dividing, dragging, drawing, driving, driving away, driving off, driving out, dropping, ejecting, elevating, engaging, excluding, expelling, exteriorizing, extirpating, flapping, flicking, flourishing, fluctuating, forcing, forcing out, funneling, getting down, getting up, gliding, herding, hitting, hustling, impelling, jarring, kicking out, knocking over, lateralizing, launching, laying, letting down, lifting, locking, lowering, luxating, meshing, mobilising, mobilizing, operating, overturning, parting, passing around, passing on, placing, playing, posing, positioning, posting, pouring, pressing down, propelling, pulling, pulsing, pumping, pushing, putting, racing, raising, raising up, raking, relocating, repositioning, revolving, riffling, rocking, rolling, rooting out, rousing, routing out, ruffling, running, running off, rushing, saltating, scanning, sending, separating, setting, setting in motion, shaking up, shedding, shifting, shipping, singsonging, sinking, sliding, slipping, slopping, spilling, splattering, splaying, squeezing, stationing, stirring, stirring up, striking, swaying, swinging, taking back, taking down, throwing out, tipping over, transferring, translating, transmitting, transporting, tugging, tumping over, turfing out, turning, turning back, turning out, turning over, twining, unrolling, unseating, unwinding, uprooting, upsetting, upstaging, vexing, washing, waving, wedging, whistling, whooshing, winding, winding off, working, wrapping,
See alsomovement, mover,
Adjective
1
in motion
  1. a constantly moving crowd
  2. the moving parts of the machine
Antonymsnonmoving,
See alsomotion,
Similaractive, aflare, afoot, agitated, ahorse, ahorseback, automotive, awheel, billowing, blown, fast-flying, flaring, flowing, flying, heaving, hurling, hurtling, itinerant, kinetic, mobile, oncoming, restless, riding, road, rolling, running, self-propelled, self-propelling, shifting, soaring, spinning, squirming, streaming, swirling, tossing, touring, traveling, tumbling, twisting, unreeling, unwinding, vibrating, vibratory, waving, whirling, wiggling, wiggly, wriggling, wriggly, writhing,
2
arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion; - N. Hawthorne
  1. she laid her case of destitution before him in a very moving letter
Antonymsunmoving,
3
used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion
  1. Her ambition was to be in moving pictures or `the movies'
Antonymsstill,
Similaranimated,
4
arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion
Antonymsunmoving,
See alsomovingly,
Similaraffecting, emotional, haunting, heartwarming, impressive, poignant, soul-stirring, stimulating, stirring, touching,

Derived Form of staircase

noun
plural: staircases
Noun
1
a way of access (upward and downward) consisting of a set of steps
Synonymsstairway,
Hyponymsbackstairs, companionway, escalator, fire escape, flight, ghat, ramp, stairs,
Hypernymsway,
Meronymslanding, stairhead, step,
Holonymsbuilding,
2
a way of access consisting of a set of steps
Synonymsstairs, stairway, steps,
Partslanding, stair, stairhead, step,
Type ofway,
Typesbackstairs, companionway, emergency exit, escalator, fire escape, flight, flight of stairs, flight of steps, ghat, ladder, moving staircase, moving stairway, ramp,
Part ofbuilding, edifice,

moving staircase on Youtube

  1. I think I freaking fou-. oh wait, It's my own staircase. I found my own staircase guys
  2. again, check for the static discharges and if you have the time and the aft staircase is placed run up the staircase and get
  3. staircase kind of crisscrossed the front of--
  4. McNatty: SO THIS IS AROUND THE STAIRCASE VIADUCT AREA.
  5. McNatty: SO THIS IS THE STAIRCASE VIADUCT.
  6. We could take out the staircase, put in a dumbwaiter
  7. Look discreetely at the staircase. lt's her, lngrid Heizer.
  8. High Elevation Rugrat Positively Evades Staircase Syndrome.
  9. this staircase can be just like Mount Zubbabubba
  10. We're working on the Brimhall staircase,
  11. -Joining a vintner, we descend a long staircase.
  12. SKULLY: Kooky staircase.
  13. that huge quadrangular yard were open at that moment, but he did not raise his headhe had not the strength to. The staircase leading to the old womans room was close by, just on the right of the gateway. He was already on the stairs....
  14. He unfastened the latch, opened the door and began listening on the staircase.
  15. GOBIER'S MEN USED THIS STAIRCASE
  16. What does a bunch of civilians know about some shithouse staircase
  17. Internal staircase in Castel Gandolfo's Municipality
  18. kathrine grows senescent, she can hardly climb the staircase,
  19. a staircase. The height of the staircase can be increased by increasing VBB, the voltage
  20. ...moving backward; doesn't need any explanation. Moving left, moving right; this is sidestepping so...