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move through the gearsTo gradually increase speed or output.Rate it:

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through in through outWhen in depth explaining something. Something so deep in meaning.Rate it:

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occasionem praetermittere, amittere (through carelessness), omittere (deliberately), dimittere (through indifference)to lose, let slip an opportunity.Rate it:

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through and throughCompletely; entirely; fundamentally.Rate it:

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faith will move mountainsBelief in oneself (read sometimes as belief in God) can help one overcome any hurdle in life's path.Rate it:

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touch-move ruleIn chess, a rule that states any piece touched deliberately by a player, when it is their turn to move, must be moved if a legal move is possible.Rate it:

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move onTo leave somewhere for another place.Rate it:

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move onTo start dealing with something else.Rate it:

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move outTo vacate one's place of residence.Rate it:

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move heaven and earthTo do whatever is necessary, including extreme or unusual actions; to go to extremes.Rate it:

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make a moveTo depart from a place.Rate it:

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bust a moveto evadeRate it:

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bust a moveto danceRate it:

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bust a moveto departRate it:

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bust a moveSave oneself from an awkward situation with a woman.Rate it:

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bust a moveto seduceRate it:

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bust a moveto flatulateRate it:

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faith can move mountainsa strong, fervent belief in one's capability goes a long way in successful accomplishment of a taskRate it:

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get a move onTo hurry up, to get moving.Rate it:

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make a moveTo initiate a conversation or perform an action intended to engage the willing attention of a person in whom one has a romantic or sexual interest.Rate it:

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moveA moving company nameRate it:

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move aboutTo move from place to place.Rate it:

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move alongTo continue without being distracted; to keep going.Rate it:

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move downto be demotedRate it:

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move downUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see move,‎ down.Rate it:

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move downTo demoteRate it:

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move forwardUsed other than as an idiom: see move, forward.Rate it:

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move forwardTo progress, modernizeRate it:

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move houseTo change one's place of residence.Rate it:

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move inTo start living or working in a new place; to transport one's belongings to a new home or workplace; to make one's home or workplace into a suitable environment.Rate it:

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move in onTo encroach or prepare to take over.Rate it:

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move in onTo come closer to, as if to catch or hunt.Rate it:

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move itTo hurry; to hurry up.Rate it:

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move mountainsTo make every possible effort in order to achieve something.Rate it:

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move one's bodyTo dance.Rate it:

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move overTo move so as to free up space.Rate it:

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move the goal postsTo unilaterally change the rules, or terms of an agreement, especially in an unfair or underhand way.Rate it:

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move the goalpostsTo alter the agreed basis, scope, standards or target of a procedure or task during its course, especially to do so to someone's advantage.Rate it:

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move the needleTo change a situation to a noticeable degree.Rate it:

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move the yardsticksTo make progress, as used in political and corporate venues to express proactive actions.Rate it:

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move upTo move higher. To be promoted. To pass to a higher level.Rate it:

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move upTo move one's position to allow others to occupy a place.Rate it:

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move upTo put something higher or further. To promote, put onto a higher level. To raise, put onto a higher place. To put higher on a list.Rate it:

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follow throughTo finish; to complete, especially, of a commitment.Rate it:

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go through the roofA dramatic physical or emotional reaction or tirade to any of these. A disappointment, a great omission or error, an unnecessary loss due to inattention or carelessness.Rate it:

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in through the back doorTo introduce a measure in a way which one's opponents will not notice.Rate it:

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leaf throughRapidly reading short sections at random.Rate it:

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lie through one's teethTo tell a gross or egregious untruth.Rate it:

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see someone throughTo suffice for a time.Rate it:

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slip through the cracksTo escape notice or lack sufficient attention.Rate it:

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