Synonyms of 'move'
in the sense of carry
to take from one place to another
He carried the plate through to the dining room.
in the sense of cause
to be the cause of
I don't want to cause any trouble.
in the sense of chance
an opportunity or occasion to do something
All eligible people will get a chance to vote.
in the sense of change your tune
to alter one's attitude or tone of speech
He changed his tune, saying that the increase was experimental.
change your attitude,
change your mind,
have a change of heart,
take a different tack,
do an about-face
in the sense of convert
to change or adapt
a handy table which converts into an ironing board
in the sense of deed
a notable achievement
His heroic deeds were celebrated in every corner of the country.
in the sense of develop
to grow or bring to a later, more elaborate, or more advanced stage
Children develop at different rates.
in the sense of disquiet
to make (someone) anxious
She was obviously disquieted by the experience.
in the sense of diversify
to create different forms of
Manufacturers are encouraged to diversify.
in the sense of dodge
a cunning and deceitful trick
It was probably just a dodge to stop you going away.
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Thesaurus for move from the Collins English Thesaurus