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be on the move

informal
to be physically active: I've been on the move all day and I'm really tired. to be going somewhere; to be travelling: We're going to be on the move all next week, but we'll call you when we get to Edinburgh.
Translations of “be on the move”
in Chinese (Traditional) 活躍, 忙碌, 在路上,在旅途中…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活跃, 忙碌, 在行进,在旅行…
(Definition of be on the move from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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