move

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) an opening move (also fig.)

act of moving

7) a move to (our firm's move to the Coast)

8) (misc.) (colloq.) to get a move on ('to go faster'); on the move

II
v.

1) ('to stir') to move deeply, profoundly

2) ('to change the position of') to move bodily

3) (d; intr.) ('to request') to move for (to move for a new trial)

4) (D; intr., tr.) ('to change or cause to change one's position, place of residence, place of work') to move from; into, to; out of (let's move from this table to that one; they moved from the city to the suburbs; the firm is moveing to California; let's move the chair from/out of this room to that one; he moved his family from/out of an old house into a new apartment; we are moveing our main office from/out of the city to a small town)

5) (D; tr.) ('to stir') to move to (she was moved to tears)

6) (d; intr.) ('to change one's position') to move towards (to move towards the exit)

7) (H) ('to induce') what moved her to make such a gesture?

8) (L; subj.) ('to propose') she moved that the resolution be/should be approved

* * *
[muːv]
decisive move
into
on the move
profoundly
to
wrong move
('to change the position of) to move bodily
('to stir') to movedeeply
(D; intr., tr.) ('to change or cause to change one's position, place of residence, place of work') to move from
(H) ('to induce') what moved her to make such a gesture?
(L; subj.) ('to propose') she moved that the resolution be/should be approved
['moving of a piece in chess, checkers'] to make a move
a brilliant
(misc.) (colloq.) to get a move on ('to go faster')
an opening move (also fig.)
a false move (one false move would be costly)
['act of moving'] a move to (our firm's move to the Coast)
(D; tr.) ('to stir') to move to (she was moved to tears)
(d; intr.) ('to request') to move for (to move for a new trial)
(d; intr.) ('to change one's position') to move towards (to move towards the exit)
['act'] to make a move (who will make the first move?)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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