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"move on" in British English

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move on

phrasal verb with move uk   us   /muːv/ verb

move on (NEW PLACE)

C1 to ​leave the ​place where you are ​staying and go ​somewhereelse: I've ​lived in this ​townlong enough - it's ​time to ​move on.

move on (NEW ACTIVITY)

C1 to ​start a new ​activity: I'd done the same ​job for ​years and ​felt it was ​time to ​move on.

move on (EMOTIONALLY)

to ​accept that a ​situation has ​changed and be ​ready to ​deal with new ​experiences: Since he and his ​girlfriendbroke up, he's been ​finding it ​difficult to ​move on.
(Definition of move on from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"move on" in Business English

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move on

phrasal verb with move uk   us   /muːv/ verb
[I] HR to ​start a new ​activity or ​job, especially after you have ​spent a ​longtime doing a previous ​activity or ​job: I am ​excited about the company's future but it is time for me to ​move on.
[I] MEETINGS to ​start to discuss a new ​subject during a ​formalmeeting: Before ​moving on, does anyone have any ​questions they would like to ​ask?
(Definition of move on from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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