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  • 41 move — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 action to achieve sth; change in ideas, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ big, important, major, radical, significant ▪ decisive ▪ astute …

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  • 42 move — [[t]mu͟ːv[/t]] ♦ moves, moving, moved 1) V ERG When you move something or when it moves, its position changes and it does not remain still. [V n prep/adv] She moved the sheaf of papers into position... [V n prep/adv] You can move the camera both… …

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  • 43 move — I n. act 1) to make a move (who will make the first move?) 2) a false move (one false move would be costly) 3) a brilliant; clever, smart; decisive move moving of a piece in chess, checkers 4) to make a move 5) a brilliant; stupid, wrong move 6)… …

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  • 44 move */*/*/ — I UK [muːv] / US [muv] verb Word forms move : present tense I/you/we/they move he/she/it moves present participle moving past tense moved past participle moved 1) [intransitive/transitive] to change position, or to make someone or something… …

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  • 45 Move — To move a page on Wikipedia, see Help:How to move a page, Wikipedia:Moving a page, or Wikipedia:Requested moves Move may refer to: Contents 1 Science 2 Government, law and politics …

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  • 46 move*/*/*/ — [muːv] verb I 1) [I/T] to change position, or to make someone or something change position Could you help me move the bookcase away from the wall?[/ex] The traffic was barely moving.[/ex] She moved quickly towards the door.[/ex] 2) to progress or …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 47 move — /moohv/, v., moved, moving, n. v.i. 1. to pass from one place or position to another. 2. to go from one place of residence to another: They moved from Tennessee to Texas. 3. to advance or progress: The red racing car moved into the lead. 4. to… …

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  • 48 move in — v. 1) (d; intr.) ( to close in ) to move in for (to move in for the kill) 2) (D; intr.) to move in on ( to close in on ) (the police moved in on the fugitives) 3) (D; intr.) to move in on ( to establish control of ) (organized crime was moving in …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 49 move — com·move; coun·ter·move; mis·move; move·less; move·man; move·ment; pre·move; re·move·ment; move; re·move; move·a·bil·i·ty; move·less·ly; move·less·ness; pre·move·ment; …

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  • 50 move —   Ne e (intransitive); ho one e (transitive, as an object or a checker); naue, nauwe; ka i hele (in line or succession or as in checkers); noi (parliamentary); peki (step by step); ku i (in kōnane game); kūwili (restlessly); ānehe, ānehenehe… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 51 move — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. transport, impel, actuate, incite, arouse, influence, propose; stir, act; remove. See cause, excitement, offer. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. motility, transit, progress; see movement 1 , 2 . • get a move… …

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  • 52 move — [c]/muv / (say moohv) verb (moved, moving) –verb (i) 1. to change place or position; pass from one place or situation to another. 2. to change one s abode; go from one place of residence to another. 3. to advance, progress, or make progress. 4.… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 53 move — 1. verb 1) she moved to the door don t move! Syn: go, walk, proceed, progress, advance; budge, stir, shift, change position 2) he moved the chair closer to the fire Syn …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 54 move — v. & n. v. 1 intr. & tr. change one s position or posture, or cause to do this. 2 tr. & intr. put or keep in motion; rouse, stir. 3 a intr. make a move in a board game. b tr. change the position of (a piece) in a board game. 4 intr. (often foll.… …

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  • 55 move on — verb move forward, also in the metaphorical sense (Freq. 7) Time marches on • Syn: ↑advance, ↑progress, ↑pass on, ↑march on, ↑go on • Ant: ↑recede …

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  • 56 move — I. verb (moved; moving) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French mover, moveir, from Latin movēre; probably akin to Sanskrit mīvati he moves, pushes Date: 13th century intransitive verb 1. a. (1) to go or pass to another place or in a certain …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 57 move — Synonyms and related words: accomplished fact, accomplishment, achievement, acquit, act, acta, action, activate, activity, actuate, actuation, ad hoc measure, admonish, advance, advancing, adventure, advocate, affect, agitate, alteration, anchor …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 58 move — {{11}}move (n.) mid 15c., proposal, from MOVE (Cf. move) (v.). From 1650s in the gaming sense. Meaning act of moving is from 1827. Phrase on the move in the process of going from one place to another is from 1796; get a move on hurry up is… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 59 move — 1. verb 1) she moved to the door | don t move! Syn: go, walk, step, proceed, progress, advance, budge, stir, shift, change position 2) he moved the chair closer to the fire Syn: carry …

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  • 60 Move It — For the song of the same name by Chuck Berry, see Rock It (Chuck Berry album). Move It Single by Cliff Richard and the Drifters B side Schoolboy Crush Released 29 August 1958 Format …

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