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move

verb [I or T] (SUGGEST)
建議
 
 
/muːv/ specialized
to suggest something, especially formally at a meeting or in a court of law
(在會議上)提出;提議;(向法庭)提出請求,申請
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。
[+ that] I should like to move that the proposal be accepted.
我提議接受這項建議。
Your Honour, we wish to move for dismissal of the charges.
尊敬的法官大人,我們請求駁回這些指控。
Suggestions and proposals
(Definition of move verb (SUGGEST) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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