Word: move

 

Category: move

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Related words: move

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Synonyms: move

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: move

spanish
moverse, trasladarse, hacer, mover, mudarse, ...


german
regung, bewegung, aktion, motivieren, gehen, ...

french
attendrir, voyager, déplacer, circulation, jeu, ...

italian
trasloco, commuovere, moto, muoversi, movimento, ...

portuguese
executar, mudar, sensibilizar, tramitar, mexer, ...

dutch
aanmaken, verplaatsen, overbrengen, bedrijven, lopen, ...

russian
выезжать, отодвигать, перевешивать, жест, переезжать, ...

norwegian
bevegelse, påvirke, røre, gå, bevege

swedish
rörelse, röra, rubba

finnish
kulua, hievahtaa, menetellä, kulkea, matkustaa, ...

danish
flytte, bevægelse, bevæge, gå, røre

czech
přimět, navrhnout, krok, hnout, pohybovat, ...

polish
przeprowadzka, przeprowadzać, ruch, przemieszczać, poruszanie, ...

hungarian
sakkhúzás

turkish
hareket, kımıldatmak, kımıldamak, gitmek, kımıldanma

greek
κίνηση, κινώ, μετακομίζω, σαλεύω

ukrainian
рухомий, спонукуваний, пересувний

albanian
lëviz

bulgarian
движение

belarusian
адхазiць, хадзiць, рабiць

estonian
teisaldama, kolima, käik

croatian
radnja, micati, potaknuti, pokrenuti, premjestiti, ...

icelandic
snerta, hreyfa, hræra, flytja

latin
permoveo, agito

lithuanian
judėti, eiti, judinti, veikti, eiga

latvian
darboties, kustēties, rīkoties, iet, kustība, ...

romanian
mişcare, muta, mica

slovenian
seliti

slovak
hnutí, pohyb

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The meaning and "use of": move

noun
  • a change of place, position, or state.

verb
  • go in a specified direction or manner; change position.
  • change or cause to change from one state, opinion, sphere, or activity to another.
  • make progress; develop in a particular manner or direction.
  • spend one's time or be socially active in (a particular sphere) or among (a particular group of people).
  • propose for discussion and resolution at a meeting or legislative assembly.
  • empty (one's bowels).

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