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Translation of "move" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

move

verb (CHANGE PLACE) 改變地方     /muːv/
[I] to go to a different place to live or work 搬家;搬遷;遷移 We're moving to Paris. 我們要搬到巴黎去了。 They've bought a new house, but it will need a lot of work before they can move into it/move in. 他們買了個新房子,但搬進去之前還有許多工作要做。 I hear Paula has moved in with her boyfriend (= gone to live in his house). 我聽說寶拉搬到她男朋友家去了。 The couple next door moved away (= went to live somewhere else) last year. 隔壁的那對夫妻去年搬走了。 A lot of businesses are moving out of London because it's too expensive. 許多企業因為負擔不起高昂的費用而遷出了倫敦。 Transferring and transporting objectsChanging homes and moving move house UK to leave your home in order to live in a new one 搬家 We're moving house next week. 我們下周搬家。 Changing homes and moving
(Definition of move verb (CHANGE PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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