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</blockquote>So commotion means:
 
</blockquote>So commotion means:
  
<code>The action that (people) move together.</code>
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<code>The action that move (people) together.</code>
  
 
''This action is caused by certain sudden activity. It is a neutral vocabulary, rather than "'''riot'''" which full of violence.''
 
''This action is caused by certain sudden activity. It is a neutral vocabulary, rather than "'''riot'''" which full of violence.''
  
{{Evolution of usage}}<code>The notification about vacation causes an action that move together from children.</code>
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{{Evolution of usage}}<code>The notification about vacation causes an action that move children together.</code>
  
 
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Revision as of 02:57, 30 October 2018

Etymology of commotion.png

commotion = com + mote + ion

com-: together

mote: derived from Latin "movere", meaning "move".

-ion: the action of doing something

So commotion means:

The action that move (people) together.

This action is caused by certain sudden activity. It is a neutral vocabulary, rather than "riot" which full of violence.

Evolution of usage
The notification about vacation causes an action that move children together.

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The notification about vacation causes a commotion from children.

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