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|present participle||moving on|
|past tense||moved on|
|past participle||moved on|
Let's move on to the next question.
We like to think we've moved on as a society since the days of racial segregation.
Public opinion has moved on a great deal since then.
It's been a nightmare, but now I just want to forget about it and move on.
We moved on, as requested.
This is the American English definition of move on. View British English definition of move on.
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