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move sb/sth in

phrasal verb with move uk   /muːv/ us   /muːv/ verb
If the police, army, or any group of people in authority move in, or if someone moves them in, they take control or attack, in order to deal with a difficult or dangerous situation: When a company goes out of business, officials usually move in to take control. The decision has been made to move UN troops in to try and stop the fighting.
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Translations of “move sb/sth in”
in Chinese (Simplified) 接手, (对…)进行操纵,干预…
in Chinese (Traditional) 接手, (對…)進行操縱,幹預…
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