Definitions and Examples of mobile, movable, portable
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Capable of moving or being moved easily.
The new mobile phone has a lot of features and is easy to carry around.
Capable of being moved or shifted from one place to another.
The furniture in the room is movable and can be rearranged to create more space.
Capable of being easily carried or transported.
The portable speaker is small and lightweight, making it easy to take on trips.
Key Differences: mobile vs movable vs portable
- 1Mobile refers to something that can move under its own power or be easily moved.
- 2Movable refers to something that can be moved or shifted from one place to another.
- 3Portable refers to something that can be easily carried or transported.
Effective Usage of mobile, movable, portable
- 1Technology: Use mobile to describe devices that can be moved around, such as phones and tablets.
- 2Furniture: Use movable to describe furniture that can be rearranged or moved from one room to another.
- 3Travel: Use portable to describe items that can be easily carried while traveling, such as speakers or chargers.
The antonyms of nonmobile are mobile, movable, and portable. These words describe objects or devices that can be moved or transported from one place to another. Use these words to describe technology, furniture, and travel items.