1. phrasal verb
When you move on
somewhere, you leave the place where you have been staying
and go there.
Mr Brooke moved on from Paris to Belgrade.
What's wrong with his wanting to sell his land and move on?
2. phrasal verb
Eventually the police were called to move them on.
3. phrasal verb move
She ran this shop for ten years before deciding to move on to fresh challenges.
His mother, Julia, soon moved on to a new relationship.
Now, can we move on and discuss the vital business of the day.
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