move

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  • It seems he spent much of his childhood moving from town to town with his family.
  • Eventually, he moved from Chicago to southern California and started writing full-time.
  • Therefore, they need the protection of the infantry, particularly when on the move.
  • Here each sound moves one position to the right to take on its new sound value.
  • He was moving rapidly from task to task as time ran out.
  • A game or series of moves is generally written in one of two ways.
  • It also built the team a training facility and paid all its moving costs.
  • In special circumstances, individuals could move from one group to the other without leaving their communities.
  • This move proved to be a turn-off to all other than her devoted fans.
  • Her parents moved her to different schools to try to solve her problems.
  • If all the moves are not made in time, the player has lost on time.
  • In recent years, she has moved into the field of producing, both in television and film.
  • Forward is defined as the direction in which the object is moving.
  • One pair moves a double toward one wall, the other toward the other wall.
  • The headquarters of the international organization moves to a different country every four years.
  • Moving down is the same as moving up a negative distance.
  • For each move, a player moves a line of one, two or three one space.
  • General support units tend to be moved to where they are most required at any particular time.
  • A player may not end his move on a square he already occupies.
  • However, his move to the east did avoid the possibility of such a battle taking place.
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Meaning of move

  • noun The act of deciding to do something
    he didn't make a move to help, his first move was to hire a lawyer
  • noun The act of changing your residence or place of business
    they say that three moves equal one fire
  • noun (game) a player's turn to take some action permitted by the rules of the game
  • verb Cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
    Move those boxes into the corner, please, I'm moving my money to another bank, The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant
  • verb Move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
    He moved his hand slightly to the right
  • verb Change residence, affiliation, or place of employment
    We moved from Idaho to Nebraska, The basketball player moved from one team to another
  • verb Go or proceed from one point to another
    the debate moved from family values to the economy
  • verb Arouse sympathy or compassion in
    Her fate moved us all
  • verb Dispose of by selling
    The chairman of the company told the salesmen to move the computers
  • verb Progress by being changed
    The speech has to go through several more drafts, run through your presentation before the meeting
  • verb Live one's life in a specified environment
    she moves in certain circles only
  • verb Have a turn; make one's move in a game
    Can I go now?
  • verb Propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting