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get a move on

informal
C2 to hurry: Come on, you two, get a move on! We need to get a move on if we're going to catch that train.
(Definition of get a move on from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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get a move on

infml hurry: Hey, Francine, get a move on or you’ll be late! Note: Used to tell someone to do this.
(Definition of get a move on from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “get a move on”
in Chinese (Simplified) 快点,赶紧…
in Turkish acele etmek, çabuk olmak…
in Russian шевелиться, спешить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快點,趕緊…
in Polish ruszyć się…
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