move verb (CHANGE POSITION)
Don't move! Stay right where you are. 別動！就呆在那裡。
If you move along/over/up (= go further to the side, back, or front) a little, Tess can sit next to me. 如果你往旁邊／往後／往前挪一點，特絲就能坐在我旁邊了。
Police officers at the scene of the accident were asking people to move along/on (= to go to a different place). 意外現場的警官要求路人走開。
- You can move the cursor either by using the mouse or by using the arrow keys on the keyboard.
- I didn't want to move in case I woke her up.
- In the summer, the shepherds move their sheep up into the hills .
- Could I possibly ask you to move your chair a little?
- The poor things were kept in small cages without room to move.
move verb (CHANGE PLACE)
We're moving to Paris. 我們要搬到巴黎去了。
They've bought a new house, but it will need a lot of work before they can move into it/move in. 他們買了個新房子，但搬進去之前還有許多工作要做。
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- When we retire, we're going to move to a warmer climate .
- We would dearly love to sell our flat and move to the country.
- They decided to move abroad and make a fresh start.
- Now that the children are settled at school , we don't really want to move again.
- After nine years in Cambridge, Susannah and Guy moved to Watlington, where they lived happily ever after.
move verb (PROGRESS)
move verb (CAUSE)
move verb (CHANGE OPINION)
move verb (FEELINGS)
She said that she was deeply moved by all the letters of sympathy she had received. 她說她為收到的所有慰問信所深深打動。
move verb (SELL)
move verb (BE WITH PEOPLE)
move verb (SUGGEST)
A vote was just about to be taken when someone stood up and said that they wished to move an amendment. 正要開始表決時，有人站起來說，他們想提出修正案。
move verb (PASS)
move noun (CHANGE OF POSITION)
It's your move. 該你走了。
- She sat back for a minute to ponder her next move in the game.
- My cactus seems to be benefiting from its move from the living room to the kitchen windowsill.
- The cattle have had a move from the top field down into the meadow, I see.
- "Where have the reference books gone?" "Oh - they've had a move. They're by the door now."
- Agassi's move to the net was perfectly timed, and he is rewarded with two match points.
move noun (CHANGE OF PLACE)
We've had four moves in three years. 我們三年間搬了四次家。
move noun (ACTION)
Buying those shares was a good move. 買那些股票是明智之舉。
make the first move
› to be the first to take action率先行動
- It was a shrewd move to buy your house just before property prices started to rise.
- Quitting that job was the smartest move I ever made.
- The newspaper made the bold move of publishing the names of the men involved.
- "The children are getting rather bored, so shall we take them to the park?" "Yes, I think that would be a good move."
- It was a brave move to stand up and question the boss's figures, but you certainly made him notice you!