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Definición de “move on” en inglés

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move on

verb uk phrasal verb with move   /muːv/ us  

(NEW PLACE)

C1 to leave the place where you are staying and go somewhere else: I've been in Paris long enough - it's time to 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.
(Definition of move on from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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