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move out

phrasal verb with move uk   /muːv/  us   /muːv/ verb
B1 to stop living in a particular home: Her landlord has given her a week to move out.
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move out

phrasal verb with move uk   us   /muːv/ verb
[I] to leave a place where you have lived or worked in order to go somewhere else: One hundred and fifty jobs were lost as a result of the company moving out of the area.
(Definition of move out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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