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    don't understand "move" in this sentence

    Hi teachers. I don't understand the meaning of "in over a hundred moves". What does the "moves" stand for?

    what abuses do you anticipate I am going to next accuse the Chinese government of? against the handicapped? no, not a gentleman like you. I think I've nailed you right down, and the argument is proven in over a hundred moves.

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    Re: don't understand "move" in this sentence

    Here "moves" means "actions' or "attempts"

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