move on

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To leave somewhere for another place.
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After spending the night resting in an abandoned church, the group decided to move on in their quest.

Submitted on September 02, 2012

Additional definitions for 'move on':

move onTo start dealing with something else.
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gå videre

కొనసాగండి

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  1. Alex
    Alex
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    Daniel
    British
    Karen
    Karen
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    Veena
    Veena
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