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  • 1move towards sth — UK US move to/towards sth Phrasal Verb with move({{}}/muːv/ verb ► to change from a particular system, activity, etc. to another: »Businesses, consumers, and governments will have to make big changes in order to move to a low carbon economy …

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  • 2move in on somebody — ˌmove ˈin (on sb/sth) derived to move towards sb/sth from all directions, especially in a threatening way • The police moved in on the terrorists. Main entry: ↑movederived …

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  • 3move in on something — ˌmove ˈin (on sb/sth) derived to move towards sb/sth from all directions, especially in a threatening way • The police moved in on the terrorists. Main entry: ↑movederived …

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  • 4move — move1 W1S1 [mu:v] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(change place)¦ 2¦(new house/office)¦ 3¦(change opinion etc)¦ 4¦(progress)¦ 5¦(take action)¦ 6¦(change job/class etc)¦ 7¦(emotion)¦ 8¦(cause somebody to do something)¦ 9¦(time/order)¦ …

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  • 5move — 1 verb 1 CHANGE PLACE (I, T) to change your place or position, or to make something do this: Don t move or I ll shoot. | You mustn t get off the train while it s still moving. | move sth: Can you move your car it s blocking the road. | We ll have …

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  • 6move — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 action to achieve sth; change in ideas, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ big, important, major, radical, significant ▪ decisive ▪ astute …

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  • 7move */*/*/ — I UK [muːv] / US [muv] verb Word forms move : present tense I/you/we/they move he/she/it moves present participle moving past tense moved past participle moved 1) [intransitive/transitive] to change position, or to make someone or something… …

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  • 8move — I n. act 1) to make a move (who will make the first move?) 2) a false move (one false move would be costly) 3) a brilliant; clever, smart; decisive move moving of a piece in chess, checkers 4) to make a move 5) a brilliant; stupid, wrong move 6)… …

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  • 9move*/*/*/ — [muːv] verb I 1) [I/T] to change position, or to make someone or something change position Could you help me move the bookcase away from the wall?[/ex] The traffic was barely moving.[/ex] She moved quickly towards the door.[/ex] 2) to progress or …

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  • 10Move to the Left — “ The heart of the move to the left can be simply stated. It is... that political and economic power must be vested in the majority ” Uganda People s Congress …

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  • 11move — [[t]mu͟ːv[/t]] ♦ moves, moving, moved 1) V ERG When you move something or when it moves, its position changes and it does not remain still. [V n prep/adv] She moved the sheaf of papers into position... [V n prep/adv] You can move the camera both… …

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  • 12move forward — progress, advance, move towards the front …

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  • 13Move On (David Jordan song) — Move On Single by David Jordan from the album Set the Mood Released 4 May 2008 (Downloa …

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  • 14move — ► VERB 1) go or cause to go in a specified direction or manner. 2) change or cause to change position. 3) change one s place of residence. 4) change from one state, sphere, or activity to another. 5) take or cause to take action. 6) make progress …

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  • 15Move On (Rain song) — Move On Single by Rain from the album Eternal Rain B side Up in the Club Released September 6, 2006 Format CD …

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  • 16towards — [[t]təwɔ͟ː(r)dz, AM tɔ͟ːrdz[/t]] ♦ (in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use toward) 1) PREP If you move, look, or point towards something or someone, you move, look, or point in their direction. Caroline leant across the table towards him... Anne left… …

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  • 17move to/towards sth — UK US move to/towards sth Phrasal Verb with move({{}}/muːv/ verb ► to change from a particular system, activity, etc. to another: »Businesses, consumers, and governments will have to make big changes in order to move to a low carbon economy …

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  • 18move — [c]/muv / (say moohv) verb (moved, moving) –verb (i) 1. to change place or position; pass from one place or situation to another. 2. to change one s abode; go from one place of residence to another. 3. to advance, progress, or make progress. 4.… …

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  • 19Move-to-front transform — The move to front transform (or MTF) is an encoding of data (typically a stream of bytes) designed to improve the performance of entropy encoding techniques of compression. When efficiently implemented, it is fast enough that its benefits usually …

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  • 20move in — 1) PHRASAL VERB When you move in somewhere, you begin to live there as your home. [V P] Her house was in perfect order when she moved in... [V P with n] Her husband had moved in with a younger woman... [V P together] We d been seeing each other… …

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