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phrasal verb [transitive]
Word Forms
present tense
I/you/we/theymove into
he/she/itmoves into
present participlemoving into
past tensemoved into
past participlemoved into

Related meanings

  1. 1
    move into something to start living or operating a business in a place

    We're moving into an office in the new building downtown.

  2. 2
    move into something to begin a new business or new type of business

    They're planning to move into publishing.

    Synonyms and related words for this sense of move into
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