moveverbuk us /muːv/
move verb (CHANGE POSITION)
- 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)
- 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)
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move verb (SELL)
move verb (BE WITH PEOPLE)
move verb (SUGGEST)
move verb (PASS)
movenounuk us /muːv/
move noun (CHANGE OF POSITION)
- 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)
move noun (ACTION)
- 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!
- (your) every move idiom
- act/do sth on your own responsibility idiom
- be up to sth idiom
- get around to sth
- give yourself over/up to sth
- go about sth
- go about your business idiom
- go through with sth
- talk the talk idiom
- up to