move

move
1. verb
1)

she moved to the door | don't move!

Syn:
go, walk, step, proceed, progress, advance, budge, stir, shift, change position
2)

he moved the chair closer to the fire

Syn:
carry, transfer, shift, push, pull, lift, slide
3)

things were moving too fast

Syn:
go, progress, advance, develop, evolve, change, happen
4)

he urged the council to move quickly

Syn:
act, take steps, do something, take measures; informal get moving
5)

she's moved to Cambridge

Syn:
relocate, move house, move away/out, change address, go (away), decamp
6)

I was deeply moved by the story

Syn:
affect, touch, impress, shake, upset, disturb
7)

she was moved to find out more about it

Syn:
inspire, prompt, stimulate, motivate, provoke, influence, rouse, induce, incite
8)

I move that we adjourn

Syn:
propose, submit, suggest, advocate, recommend, urge
2. noun
1)

his eyes followed her every move

Syn:
movement, motion, action, gesture
2)

his recent move to London

Syn:
relocation, change of house/address, transfer, posting
3)

the latest move in the war against drugs

Syn:
initiative, step, action, measure, manoeuvre, tactic, stratagem
4)

it's your move

Syn:
turn, go; Scottish shot

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