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mobility

noun
     
mo‧bil‧i‧ty [uncountable]
1 the ability to move easily from one job, area, or social class to another:
mobility of
There is greater mobility of labour (=movement of workers) between jobs and areas.
upward/downward mobility
jobs and opportunities for upward mobility
2 the ability to move easily:
It improves the strength and mobility of joints.
The key to the army's effectiveness is its increased mobility.
mobility allowance British English (=money paid to sick or disabled people to help pay for transport)

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