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coun·ter·move

 (koun′tər-mo͞ov′)
n.
A move made in opposition or retaliation to another.
intr.v. (koun′tər-mo͞ov′) coun·ter·moved, coun·ter·mov·ing, coun·ter·moves
To make a move in retaliation or opposition.

coun′ter·move′ment n.

countermove

(ˈkaʊntəˌmuːv)
n
an opposing move
vb
to make or do (something) as an opposing move
ˈcounterˌmovement n

coun•ter•move

(n. ˈkaʊn tərˌmuv; v. ˌkaʊn tərˈmuv)
n., v. -moved, -mov•ing. n.
1. a move made in opposition to another move.
v.i., v.t.
2. to move in opposition.
[1855–60]

countermove

An operation undertaken in reaction to or in anticipation of a move by the enemy. See also counterattack.

countermove


Past participle: countermoved
Gerund: countermoving

Imperative
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Present
I countermove
you countermove
he/she/it countermoves
we countermove
you countermove
they countermove
Preterite
I countermoved
you countermoved
he/she/it countermoved
we countermoved
you countermoved
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Present Continuous
I am countermoving
you are countermoving
he/she/it is countermoving
we are countermoving
you are countermoving
they are countermoving
Present Perfect
I have countermoved
you have countermoved
he/she/it has countermoved
we have countermoved
you have countermoved
they have countermoved
Past Continuous
I was countermoving
you were countermoving
he/she/it was countermoving
we were countermoving
you were countermoving
they were countermoving
Past Perfect
I had countermoved
you had countermoved
he/she/it had countermoved
we had countermoved
you had countermoved
they had countermoved
Future
I will countermove
you will countermove
he/she/it will countermove
we will countermove
you will countermove
they will countermove
Future Perfect
I will have countermoved
you will have countermoved
he/she/it will have countermoved
we will have countermoved
you will have countermoved
they will have countermoved
Future Continuous
I will be countermoving
you will be countermoving
he/she/it will be countermoving
we will be countermoving
you will be countermoving
they will be countermoving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been countermoving
you have been countermoving
he/she/it has been countermoving
we have been countermoving
you have been countermoving
they have been countermoving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been countermoving
you will have been countermoving
he/she/it will have been countermoving
we will have been countermoving
you will have been countermoving
they will have been countermoving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been countermoving
you had been countermoving
he/she/it had been countermoving
we had been countermoving
you had been countermoving
they had been countermoving
Conditional
I would countermove
you would countermove
he/she/it would countermove
we would countermove
you would countermove
they would countermove
Past Conditional
I would have countermoved
you would have countermoved
he/she/it would have countermoved
we would have countermoved
you would have countermoved
they would have countermoved
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.countermove - an attack by a defending force against an attacking enemy force in order to regain lost ground or cut off enemy advance units etc.
attack, onrush, onset, onslaught - (military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); "the attack began at dawn"
riposte - (fencing) a counterattack made immediately after successfully parrying the opponents lunge
References in classic literature ?
A countermovement is then accomplished from east to west with a remarkable resemblance to the preceding movement from west to east.
The contributors draw on Karl Polyani's theory of countermovement and transformation, as well as classic sociology frameworks.
While the height of a countermovement vertical jump (CMJ) is the result of the impulse generated by the jumper against the ground (Garhammer and Gregor, 1992; McBride et al., 2010), a variety of modifiable factors during the jump are ultimately related to how well he or she will jump.
The countermovement jump (CMJ) is considered to provide a useful measurement of muscular power, which is a component of fitness.
Is the effect of a countermovement on jump height dueto active state development?: MedSci Sports Exerc.
And for rural households facing slightly higher fuel taxes, it is convenient to believe that climate change is just a hoax propagated by political elites and "the media." A countermovement against such disinformation is long past due.
A strong showing by the Greens in Bavaria suggests a countermovement to the AfD is taking shape.
Abdulaziz said he suggested an online countermovement. He just needed some cash to get it off the ground.
He reworks Polanyi's narrative of the rapid emergence of unrestricted labour and laissez-faire capitalism in the 19th century which led to a countermovement in response demanding greater regulation and protection from the state.
They embody what Karl Polanyi presented in The Great Transformation as a "countermovement", by which society reacts against the process of marketisation and pushes for social protection.
Currently, during a countermovement jump, IAU can estimate work and power by simple and double integration of the accelerometry signal in accordance with Linthorne's math (14).
In Germany, the wave of criticism against Ozil has triggered a countermovement. The country's Central Council of Muslims called for the resignation of Bierhoff and Grindel.