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Definitions of MOVE in various dictionaries:
- noun - the act of deciding to do something
- noun - the act of changing your residence or place of business
- noun - a change of position that does not entail a change of location
- noun - the act of changing location from one place to another
- noun - (game) a player's turn to take some action permitted by the rules of the game
- verb - change location
- verb - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
- verb - move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
- verb - change residence, affiliation, or place of employment
- verb - follow a procedure or take a course
- verb - be in a state of action
- verb - go or proceed from one point to another
- verb - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
- verb - have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
- verb - give an incentive for action
- verb - arouse sympathy or compassion in
- verb - dispose of by selling
- verb - progress by being changed
- verb - live one's life in a specified environment
- verb - have a turn
- verb - propose formally
- To change in position from one point to another: moved away from the window.
- To progress in sequence; go forward: a novel that moves slowly.
- To follow a specified course: Earth moves around the sun.
- To progress toward a particular state or condition: moving up in the company; moved into the lead.
- To go from one residence or location to another; relocate.
- To start off; depart.
- To be disposed of by sale: Woolens move slowly in the summer.
- To change posture or position; stir: was afraid to move.
- To change the position of a piece in a board game.
- To be put in motion or to turn according to a prescribed motion.
- To exhibit great activity or energy.
- To initiate an action; act.
- To be active in a particular environment: moves in diplomatic circles.
- To stir the emotions: words that have the power to move.
- To make a formal motion in parliamentary procedure: move for an adjournment.
- To evacuate.
- To change the place or position of: moved her office; could not move his arm.
- To cause to go from one place to another: moved the crowd away.
- To change (a piece) from one position to another in a board game: moved a pawn.
- To change the course of: moved the discussion to other matters.
- To dislodge from a fixed point of view, as by persuasion: “Speak to him, ladies, see if you can move him” (Shakespeare).
- To prompt to an action; rouse: Anger moved her to speak out.
- To set or keep in motion.
- To cause to function.
- To cause to progress or advance.
- To arouse the emotions of; affect.
- To propose or request in formal parliamentary procedure: moved that a vote be taken.
- To make formal application to (a court, for example).
- To dispose of by sale: moved the new merchandise quickly.
- To cause (the bowels) to evacuate.
- The act or an instance of moving.
- A particular manner of moving: made some intricate moves on the dance floor.
- A change of residence or location.
- An act of transferring a piece from one position to another in board games.
- The prescribed manner in which a piece may be played.
- A participant’s turn to make a play.
- To get started; get going.
- To make intrusive advances toward; intrude on.
- To attempt to seize control of: moving in on their territory.
- Busily moving about; active: A nurse is on the move all day.
- Going from one place to another: troops on the move.
- Making progress; advancing: a technology that is clearly on the move.
- verb - to change from one position to another
There are 4 letters in MOVE: E M O V
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