Spanish translation of 'move out'
transitive verb + adverb
1. [person, object] sacar
2. [troops] retirar
intransitive verb + adverbSee also move
1. (= leave accommodation) mudarse
to move out of an area marcharse de un barrio
to move out of a flat mudarse de un piso or (Latin America) departamento
2. (= withdraw)
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Example Sentences Including 'move out'
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I'm hoping to find somewhere to rent soon...' She tries to move out of the hall with Martha hanging on to her.SEA MUSIC (2003)
We were still living with Kaye and Hubert, and I felt the time had come for us to move out.MR STARLIGHT (2004)
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Translation of move out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary