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English definition of “move on”

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move on

phrasal verb with move
 
 
/muːv/ verb
NEW PLACE to leave the place where you are staying and go somewhere else: After three days in Madrid we thought we'd move on.Departing
NEW ACTIVITY to start doing a new activity: I'd done the same job for ten years and felt it was time to move on.ChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequentlyStarting and beginningStarting again
NEW SUBJECT to change from one subject to another when you are talking or writing: Let's move on to the next topic.Digressing and being indirect or evasiveMoving in order to avoid contactNot saying much
(Definition of move on from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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