second a motion

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  • second a motion —    During a meeting, if you second a motion, you formally agree with a proposal.     She seconded the motion to introduce flexible working hours …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • second a motion — support a suggestion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • motion-picture technology — Introduction       the means for the production and showing of motion pictures. It includes not only the motion picture camera and projector but also such technologies as those involved in recording sound, in editing both picture and sound, in… …   Universalium

  • Second (parliamentary procedure) — Seconded redirects here. For temporary personnel transfer, see secondment. In deliberative bodies a second to a proposed motion is an indication that there is at least one person besides the mover that is interested in seeing the motion come… …   Wikipedia

  • Motion perception — The dorsal stream (green) and ventral stream (purple) are shown. They originate from a common source in visual cortex. The dorsal stream is responsible for detection of location and motion. Motion perception is the process of inferring the speed… …   Wikipedia

  • motion — I n. proposal 1) to make a motion 2) to second a motion 3) to accept; defeat, vote down a motion 4) to vote on a motion 5) (AE) to table a motion ( to postpone voting on a proposal ) 6) (BE) to table a motion ( to call for a vote on a proposal )… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • second — 1 number 1 2nd; the person, thing, event etc after the first one: His second goal was from a penalty. | a second year student at University | In the second of a series of programmes we look at the role of women in industry. | the second… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • second — ▪ I. second sec‧ond 1 [ˈsekənd] adjective second half/​quarter/​period ACCOUNTING the second half, quarter etc of the financial year: • The company expects second quarter sales to be substantially below those of the equivalent period a year ago.… …   Financial and business terms

  • second — sec|ond1 W1S1 [ˈsekənd] number 1.) the second person, thing, event etc is the one that comes after the first ▪ the Second World War ▪ the second of August ▪ a second year student ▪ his second wife ▪ Clinton s second term in office ▪ the second… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • second — noun,adjective / sekənd/ (the thing) which comes after the first ■ verb 1. / sekənd/ ♦ to second a motion to be the first person to support a proposal put forward by someone else ● Mrs Smith seconded the motion or The motion was seconded by Mrs… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • motion —   1. Movement. Oni, au, ne e, mōkio.    ♦ Motion of hands and fingers, hei.    ♦ Repeated motion, hulehulei.    ♦ Set in motion. ho ohele.   2. Parliamentary. Noi.    ♦ To second a motion, kōkua …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

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