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English

Etymology

From Latin immobilis.

Pronunciation

Adjective

immobile

  1. not moving
  2. fixed, unable to be moved

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French

Etymology

From Latin immobilis.

Pronunciation

Adjective

Singular Plural
Masculine immobile
IPA: /i.mɔ.bil/
immobiles
IPA: /i.mɔ.bil/
Feminine immobile
IPA: /i.mɔ.bil/
immobiles
IPA: /i.mɔ.bil/

immobile

  1. immovable, immobile
  2. invariable

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Italian

Etymology

From Latin immobilis.

Adjective

immobile m and f (m and f plural immobili)

  1. still, motionless, stationary
  2. immovable, immobile

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Noun

immobile m. (plural immobili)

  1. real estate, immovable property, building, immovables

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