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Could you help me move the bookcase away from the wall?
The traffic was barely moving.
The boat was now moving swiftly over the water.
It was so hot that I didn't feel like moving.
We need to move to the next item on the agenda.
He refuses to move on the salary issue.
This is the British English definition of move. View American English definition of move.
mixed together in a way that is not planned, organized, or tidy
… to reveal a small part of your intentions in order to attract support, without actually committing yourself to doing anythingadd a word
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