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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 long time 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 formal meeting: Before moving on, does anyone have any questions they would like to ask?
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