Definition of 'move in'
Example sentences containing 'move in'
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I'd at least managed to hang on to enough of my common sense not to let him move in with me. DEAD BEAT (2002)Instead he said, `They'd be waiting their moment, waiting for a chance to move in with minimum risk to Noll. THE ONLY GAMEBut then I remembered an experience Alexis and Chris had had when they first sold their separate homes to move in together. KICK BACK (2002)
Translations for 'move in'
British English: move in /muːv ɪn/ VERB
If you move in somewhere, or if you move into a new house or place, you begin to live in a different house or place.
A friend has moved in with me to rent my spare room.
- American English: move in
- Arabic: يَنْتَقِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: instalar-se
- Chinese: 搬进
- Croatian: useliti
- Czech: nastěhovat se
- Danish: flytte ind
- Dutch: intrekken bij iemand
- European Spanish: mudarse
- Finnish: muuttaa sisään
- French: emménager
- German: einziehen
- Greek: μετακομίζω
- Italian: andare a vivere
- Japanese: ･･･に転居する
- Korean: 이사하다
- Norwegian: flytte inn
- Polish: wprowadzić
- European Portuguese: instalar-se
- Romanian: a se muta
- Russian: въезжать
- Spanish: mudarse
- Swedish: flytta in
- Thai: ย้ายเข้า
- Turkish: taşınmak yeni bir eve
- Ukrainian: в'їжджати
- Vietnamese: dọn vào nhà mới
Definition of move in from the Collins English Dictionary
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