Definition of 'budge'
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The two sides refuse to budge. Christianity Today (2000)But he won't budge an inch on these promises. The Sun (2013)They have been given a side to argue and won't budge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It won't budge for four weeks. The Sun (2011)They came after the match and they all refused to budge from his side and lined up along three corridors day and night. The Sun (2012)If she still won't budge it could be twin beds. The Sun (2015)Hot is a fabulous golden red and once applied it won't budge all day. The Sun (2013)He won't budge for the whole interview. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But he won't budge on them. The Sun (2011)The debt company won't budge and say unless we pay the full debt the car will be sent to auction. The Sun (2015)Talks between Greece and its creditors collapsed over the weekend, with each side refusing to budge. The Sun (2015)We won't budge until we've replaced this corrupt government. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So while they confirm the cancellation request was received on time, they won't budge. The Sun (2012)Plus, the liquid formula won't budge until you remove it. The Sun (2014)Oh, and the pigment won't budge all day. The Sun (2016)Oh, and did we mention it won't budge all night long? The Sun (2013)We should not budge an inch on this issue, no matter how furious the savages become about films which exist only in their strange and dangerous minds. The Sun (2012)
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Used Occasionally. budge is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'budge'
British English: budge VERB
If someone will not budge on a matter, or if nothing budges them, they refuse to change their mind or to come to an agreement.
Both sides say they will not budge.
Definition of budge from the Collins English Dictionary
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