The word ‘move’ can mean many different things. As a verb, the meaning is to make progress or go in a specific direction.
phrasal verbs with move
Phrasal verbs with ‘move’ include:
- Move ahead (advance)
- Move along (progress)
- Move away (leave)
- Move down (move to a lower level)
- Move in (start living in a place)
- Move in on (get closer to)
- Move on (move people from a place)
- Move out (leave the building you live in)
- Move towards (get closer)
- Move up (move to a higher level)
Let’s learn the meaning of the phrasal verbs that contain the verb ‘move’ in more detail and see some examples in use.
idioms with verbs – MOVE
Did you know that many idiomatic expressions (idioms) in English also contain a lot of verbs? Just like phrasal verbs, idioms are a major part of the English language (slang in particular). They are used constantly amongst native English speakers and are handy to know and understand.
Now you’ve learnt all the phrasal verbs with move, how about learning the idioms with move too?
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