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move pronunciación
verb (moved , moving )
1 tr & intr to change position or make something change position or go from one place to another.
2 intr to make progress of any kind move towards a political solution .
3 chiefly intr (often move on or out or away, etc ) to change one's place of living, working, operating, etc. See also move house below.
4 to affect someone's feelings or emotions.
5 (usu move someone to do something) to prompt them or affect them in such a way that they do it What moved him to say that?
6 tr & intr to change the position of (a piece in a board game).
7 tr & intr , formal (usu move for or that something) to propose or request it formally, at a meeting, etc.
8 intr to spend time; to associate with people move in fashionable circles .
9 intr , colloq to take action; to become active or busy must move on this matter straight away .
10 intr , colloq to travel or progress fast That bike can really move .
11 colloq (also get a move on or get moving) to hurry up.
12 tr & intr , colloq to sell or be sold.
13 a intr said of the bowels: to be evacuated;
b to cause (the bowels) to evacuate.
1 an act of moving the body; a movement.
2 an act of changing homes or premises How did your move go?
3 games
a an act of moving a piece on the board;
b a particular player's turn to move a piece;
c any of a series of actions taken as part of an overall strategy;
[13c: from French movoir , from Latin movere ]
movable , mover and moving see separate entries.
get a move on to hurry up.
make a move
1 colloq to start on one's way; to leave.
2 to take a step; to begin to proceed.
move heaven and earth to make strenuous efforts to achieve something.
move house to move to a new place of residence; to move one's possessions to a new home.
on the move
1 moving from place to place.
2 advancing or making progress.
move in or into something or somewhere to begin to occupy new premises.
move in on someone
1 to advance towards them, especially threateningly.
2 to take steps towards controlling them or usurping their position, etc.
move out to vacate premises; to leave.
move over to move so as to make room for someone else.

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