Spanish translation of 'move on'
transitive verb + adverb
- [crowd etc]
- [hands of clock]
intransitive verb + adverb
- [person, vehicle]
- (to new job)
⇒ this training will prove useful when you want to move on
esta formación te resultará útil cuando quieras cambiar de trabajo
⇒ she wanted to move on to a bigger company
quería irse a trabajar a una empresa mayor
- (in discussion)
⇒ let's leave it there and move on (to the next point)
dejémoslo aquí y pasemos al punto siguiente
- (= change)
⇒ things have moved on since your visit
las cosas han cambiado desde tu visita
Example Sentences Including 'move on'
It was a clever move on his part, to place her in his debt without making any kind of move on her.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Therefore she wanted ignorance, which meant I'd have to get a move on to suss her game out.The Tartan Ringers
The thief-catcher wanted to move on at once to the house in Soho Square.Man's Loving Family
Trends of 'move on'
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Translation of move on from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary