to move in
- occupy a place
- We'll move in.
- Move! You're in my way.
- Next week a family will move in.
- I felt something move in the house.
- I told you never to move in a group.
- Please move the chair. It's in the way.
- Not seeing anything in the dark, we couldn't move.
- You have to move cautiously in this matter.
- It's time to move in for the kill.
- The boy tried to move the heavy sofa in vain.
- I'd like to move in to the country.
- The soldier was wounded in the leg and couldn't move.
- The car is in the way. Please move it.
- We saw something move in the shadows just up ahead.
- What concept do we have of time? Does it move? If yes, does it move in a line, in a circle or in a different way?