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move



I - noun
1. the act of deciding to do something (Freq. 8)
- he didn't make a move to help
- his first move was to hire a lawyer
Hypernyms:
decision, determination, conclusion
Hyponyms:
demarche, maneuver, manoeuvre, tactical maneuver, tactical manoeuvre
2. the act of changing your residence or place of business (Freq. 3)
- they say that three moves equal one fire
Syn:
relocation
Derivationally related forms:
relocate (for: relocation)
Hypernyms:
change
Hyponyms:
flit, overspill
3. a change of position that does not entail a change of location (Freq. 1)
- the reflex motion of his eyebrows revealed his surprise
- movement is a sign of life
- an impatient move of his hand
- gastrointestinal motility
Syn:
motion, movement, motility
Derivationally related forms:
move (for: movement), move (for: motion)
Hypernyms:
change
Hyponyms:
abduction, adduction, agitation, body English, circumduction,
disturbance, fetal movement, foetal movement, flit, dart, gesture,
headshake, headshaking, inclination, inclining, inversion, eversion,
everting, upending, jerk, jerking, jolt, saccade,
kick, kicking, kneel, kneeling, lurch, pitch,
pitching, eye movement, opening, prostration, reach, reaching,
stretch, reciprocation, reclining, retraction, retroflection, retroflexion,
rotation, rotary motion, shutting, closing, sitting, posing,
snap, squat, squatting, sweep, toss, vibration,
quiver, quivering, wave, waver, flutter, flicker,
standing, straddle, span, stroke, wiggle, wriggle,
squirm, eurythmy, eurhythmy, eurythmics, eurhythmics
4. the act of changing location from one place to another
- police controlled the motion of the crowd
- the movement of people from the farms to the cities
- his move put him directly in my path
Syn:
motion, movement
Derivationally related forms:
move (for: movement), motional (for: motion), move (for: motion)
Hypernyms:
change
Hyponyms:
approach, approaching, coming, progress, progression,
procession, advance, advancement, forward motion, onward motion, locomotion,
travel, lurch, lunge, traveling, travelling, pursuit,
chase, pursual, following, rise, ascent, ascension,
ascending, descent, swing, swinging, vacillation, return,
slide, glide, coast, slippage, flow, stream,
crawl, speed, speeding, hurrying, translation, displacement,
shift, shifting, haste, hurry, rush, rushing,
maneuver, manoeuvre, play, migration
5. (game) a player's turn to take some action permitted by the rules of the game
Topics:
game
Hypernyms:
turn, play
Hyponyms:
chess move

II - verb
1. change location;
move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically (Freq. 110)
- How fast does your new car go?
- We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus
- The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect
- The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell
- news travelled fast
Syn:
travel, go, locomote
Ant:
stay in place (for: travel)
See Also:
move on, move out, move back, go on (for: go), go up (for: go), go by (for: go), go off (for: go), go out (for: go), go down (for: go), go under (for: go), go around (for: go)
Derivationally related forms:
locomotive (for: locomote), locomotion (for: locomote), motion, movement, mover, travel (for: travel), traveller (for: travel), traveler (for: travel)
Hyponyms:
go around, spread, circulate, carry, ease,
whish, float, swap, seek, whine, fly,
ride, come, ghost, betake oneself, pass over, overfly,
travel, wend, do, raft, get around, get about,
repair, resort, cruise, journey, come up, round,
trundle, push, travel purposefully, swing, roll, wander,
swan, stray, tramp, roam, cast, ramble,
rove, range, drift, vagabond, walk, take the air,
weave, wind, thread, meander, forge, spurt,
spirt, crawl, creep, scramble, slither, slide,
wheel, glide, bounce, jounce, breeze, be adrift,
blow, play, swim, turn, move around, circle,
slice into, slice through, err, run, step, drive,
motor, automobile, ski, wing, steamer, steam,
tram, taxi, ferry, caravan, sit, prance,
rise, lift, arise, move up, go up, uprise,
ascend, descend, fall, go down, come down, zigzag,
crank, follow, travel along, advance, progress, pass on,
move on, march on, go on, withdraw, retreat, pull away,
draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move back, retrograde,
proceed, go forward, continue, back, pan, precede,
lead, pursue, return, derail, jump, flock,
accompany, billow, angle, pass, go through, go across,
travel by, pass by, surpass, go past, go by, travel rapidly,
speed, hurry, zip, zoom, rush, hotfoot,
hasten, hie, race, pelt along, rush along, cannonball along,
bucket along, belt along, step on it, trail, shack, shuttle,
hiss, whoosh, whisk, career, circuit, lance,
outflank, propagate, draw, transfer, change, swash,
pace, tread, hurtle, whistle, island hop, plow,
plough, lurch, sift, drag, bang, precess,
snowshoe, beetle
Verb Group:
displace
Verb Frames:
- Something ----s
- Somebody ----s
- Something is ----ing PP
- Somebody ----s PP
- The cars move down the avenue
2. cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense (Freq. 57)
- Move those boxes into the corner, please
- I'm moving my money to another bank
- The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant
Syn:
displace
Derivationally related forms:
moveable, movable, movement, mover
Hyponyms:
mobilize, mobilise, circulate, relocate, dislocate,
luxate, splay, slip, translate, station, post,
send, place, agitate, vex, disturb, commove,
shake up, stir up, raise up, transmit, transfer, transport,
channel, channelize, channelise, funnel, brandish, flourish,
wave, pull, draw, force, carry, tug,
disarrange, put, set, pose, position, lay,
engage, mesh, lock, operate, propel, impel,
launch, set in motion, wind, wrap, roll, twine,
unwind, wind off, unroll, wedge, squeeze, work,
spill, shed, disgorge, slop, splatter, unseat,
separate, disunite, divide, part, uproot, extirpate,
deracinate, root out, press down, depress, lift, flick,
ruffle, riffle, take back, center, centre, pump,
scan, jar, bump around, dandle, revolve, push,
rock, sway, fluctuate, pulse, shift, dislodge,
reposition, glide, stir, play, overturn, tip over,
turn over, upset, knock over, bowl over, tump over, ship,
direct, saltate, lower, take down, let down, get down,
bring down, raise, elevate, get up, bring up, drop,
sink, advance, bring forward, chase away, drive out, turn back,
drive away, dispel, drive off, run off, displace, herd,
crowd, pass around, pass on, distribute, rout out, force out,
rouse, drive, race, rush, woosh, whoosh,
pour, exteriorize, bring outside, upstage, swing, turn,
slide, run, whistle, beat, flap, singsong,
hustle, wash, rake, blow, drag, lateralize,
hit, strike, sling, change hands, change owners, expel,
throw out, kick out
Verb Group:
travel, go, locomote
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Something ----s somebody
- Something ----s something
- They move the car down the avenue
3. move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion (Freq. 52)
- He moved his hand slightly to the right
Ant:
stand still
See Also:
move over
Derivationally related forms:
motion, movement
Hyponyms:
move involuntarily, move reflexively, quicken, stretch, stretch out,
snap, click, flick, flex, bend, spread,
propagate, reach, reach out, putter, potter, potter around,
putter around, dance, trip the light fantastic, trip the light fantastic toe, drop back, hit the dirt,
hit the deck, gravitate, fly, move over, give way, give,
ease up, yield, cut to, lurch, pitch, shift,
jolt, jar, duck, bob, wallow, welter,
writhe, wrestle, wriggle, worm, squirm, twist,
wobble, coggle, sidle, sashay, sweep, sail,
brush, wamble, waggle, chop, reciprocate, move back and forth,
nod, pulsate, beat, quiver, pound, thump,
teeter, seesaw, totter, buck, jerk, hitch,
cant, cant over, tilt, slant, careen, churn,
boil, moil, roil, steal, slip, shake,
agitate, vibrate, twitch, flip, stir, budge,
arouse, stumble, trip, falter, waver, roll,
undulate, flap, wave, mill, mill about, mill around,
turn, startle, jump, start, mope, mope around,
hop on, mount, mount up, get on, jump on, climb on,
bestride, climb, strike out, leap, bound, spring,
bolt, get down, assume, take, strike, take up,
exit, go out, get out, leave, separate, part,
split, diverge, list, lean, whirl, tumble,
whirl around, close, come together, bustle, bustle about, hustle,
fidget, linger, dawdle, flinch, squinch, funk,
cringe, shrink, wince, recoil, quail, lunge,
hurl, hurtle, thrust, swoop, flow, flux,
run, feed, course, flurry, streak, heave,
crash, thunder, fling, hop, dodge, throw,
make way, grab, cut, jump off
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Something ----s something
4. change residence, affiliation, or place of employment (Freq. 20)
- We moved from Idaho to Nebraska
- The basketball player moved from one team to another
Ant:
stay
Derivationally related forms:
movement, mover
Hyponyms:
relocate, move in, move out, evacuate, migrate, transmigrate
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s
- Somebody ----s PP
- Sam and Sue move
5. follow a procedure or take a course (Freq. 15)
- We should go farther in this matter
- She went through a lot of trouble
- go about the world in a certain manner
- Messages must go through diplomatic channels
Syn:
go, proceed
Derivationally related forms:
procedure (for: proceed), proceedings (for: proceed), proceeding (for: proceed)
Hypernyms:
act
Hyponyms:
work, venture, embark, steamroller, steamroll
Verb Frames:
- Something is ----ing PP
- Something ----s Adjective/Noun
- Somebody ----s Adjective
- Somebody ----s PP
6. be in a state of action (Freq. 7)
- she is always moving
Syn:
be active
Ant:
rest (for: be active)
Derivationally related forms:
motion, mover
Hyponyms:
bestir, rouse
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s
7. go or proceed from one point to another (Freq. 6)
- the debate moved from family values to the economy
Hypernyms:
change, alter, vary
Hyponyms:
step, scroll, sink, pass, lapse
Verb Frames:
- Something ----s
- Something is ----ing PP
8. perform an action, or work out or perform (an action) (Freq. 3)
- think before you act
- We must move quickly
- The governor should act on the new energy bill
- The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel
Syn:
act
Ant:
refrain (for: act)
See Also:
act on (for: act), act up (for: act), act upon (for: act)
Derivationally related forms:
action (for: act), act (for: act)
Hyponyms:
alternate, take turns, finish up, land up, fetch up,
end up, wind up, finish, rush, hasten, hurry,
look sharp, festinate, interrupt, disturb, react, respond,
go ahead, plow ahead, attack, aggress, force, create,
come to the fore, step forward, come forward, step up, step to the fore, come out,
reward, repay, pay back, satisfice, satisfise, maneuver,
manoeuver, manoeuvre, dispatch, evade, race, use,
play it by ear, play, deal, partner, exert, egotrip,
reciprocate, go, proceed, come close, perform, make bold,
dare, presume, prosecute, engage, pursue, act on,
interact, oppose, take time by the forelock, coact, volunteer, offer,
get around to, dally, toy, flirt, set about, go about,
approach, participate, take part, misbehave, misconduct, misdemean,
condescend, stoop, lower oneself, behave, acquit, bear,
deport, conduct, comport, carry, try, seek,
attempt, essay, assay, woo, court, romance,
solicit, effect, antagonize, antagonise, counteract, anticipate,
foresee, forestall, counter, perpetrate, commit, pull,
rampage, cope, get by, make out, make do, contend,
grapple, manage, deign, descend, take care, lord it over,
queen it over, put on airs, act superior, stampede, make a point, make sure,
repeat, take over, surprise, sneak, take, guard,
begin, start, go off half-cocked, go off at half-cock, wait, hold off,
hold back, continue, go on, go along, keep, do well,
had best, persist in
Verb Frames:
- Something ----s
- Somebody ----s
- Somebody ----s PP
9. give an incentive for action (Freq. 3)
- This moved me to sacrifice my career
Syn:
motivate, actuate, propel, prompt, incite
Derivationally related forms:
incitement (for: incite), incitation (for: incite), propulsion (for: propel), act (for: actuate), motivative (for: motivate), motivation (for: motivate), motive (for: motivate), motivator (for: motivate)
Hypernyms:
cause, do, make
Verb Group:
affect, impress, strike
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody
- Something ----s somebody
- Something ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody to INFINITIVE
- They move him to write the letter
10. have an emotional or cognitive impact upon (Freq. 3)
- This child impressed me as unusually mature
- This behavior struck me as odd
Syn:
affect, impress, strike
Derivationally related forms:
impressible (for: impress), impressive (for: impress), affective (for: affect), affect (for: affect)
Hyponyms:
infect, surprise, impress, ingrain, instill,
awaken, engrave, strike dumb, zap, jar, hit home,
strike home, strike a chord, strike a note, smite, cloud, pierce,
sweep away, sweep off, disturb, upset, trouble, touch,
stir, sadden, alienate
Verb Group:
hit, strike, come to, motivate, actuate,
propel, prompt, incite
Cause:
feel, experience
Verb Frames:
- Something ----s somebody
- The bad news will move him
- The good news will move her
- The performance is likely to move Sue
11. arouse sympathy or compassion in (Freq. 2)
- Her fate moved us all
Hypernyms:
affect, impress, strike
Verb Group:
motivate, actuate, propel, prompt, incite
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody
- Something ----s somebody
12. dispose of by selling (Freq. 1)
- The chairman of the company told the salesmen to move the computers
Hypernyms:
sell
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
13. progress by being changed (Freq. 1)
- The speech has to go through several more drafts
- run through your presentation before the meeting
Syn:
go, run
Derivationally related forms:
run (for: run)
Hypernyms:
change
Verb Frames:
- Something is ----ing PP
- Somebody ----s PP
14. live one's life in a specified environment
- she moves in certain circles only
Hypernyms:
live
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s PP
15. propose formally;
in a debate or parliamentary meeting
Syn:
make a motion
Derivationally related forms:
mover
Hypernyms:
propose, suggest, advise
Verb Group:
go
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s on something
- Somebody ----s that CLAUSE
- Somebody ----s to INFINITIVE
16. have a turn;
make one's move in a game
- Can I go now?
Syn:
go
Derivationally related forms:
go (for: go)
Hyponyms:
bluff, bluff out, stalemate, castle, serve,
open, draw, cast, trump, ruff, manoeuver,
maneuver, manoeuvre, operate, check
Verb Group:
make a motion
Entailment:
play
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s
- Sam and Sue move

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