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English definition of “move in”

move in

phrasal verb with move
 
 
/muːv/ verb
B1 to begin living in a new home: We're moving in next week. She's just moved in with her boyfriend. They want to move in together before they get married.People who live or settle somewhereChanging homes and moving
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