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    a few connotations of "move"

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to revise the following sentences?

    One move and I'll shoot!

    move = the act of deciding to do something; a change of position

    It's your move.

    move = turn, opportunity

    Selling your car was a good move.

    move = action, deed, act

    Please move out of the way.

    move out = shift, stir, budge, change position, change place;

    The clock doesn't move.

    move = go, have motion, function, operate

    Curiosity moved me to open the box.

    move = cause, influence, induce, lead, impel, prompt, incite, drive, inspire, provoke, persuade,

    stimulate, motivate

    I was truly moved by his tears.

    move = touch, affect; arouse, rouse, excite, stir, sway, interest, impress, fire, strike

    I move that we accept the proposal.

    move = propose, suggest, recommend, request, urge, exhort

    Let's move before it's too late.

    move = get started, start off, go, go ahead, begin; attack

    It's our third move in two years.

    He made a move to Paris.

    What's the next move?

    We must to make the first move (towards peace).

    One false move and he is ruined.

    We must watch his every move.

    None of the moves to stop the talks has been successful.

    He is not to be moved until he gets well.

    Move your books over here.

    You will have to move your car

    They moved the crowd off the grass.

    He asked to be moved to London.

    You have to move to another seat.

    The train began to move.

    The car in front isn't moving.

    The Earth moves round the Sun.

    The procession moved through the streets.

    She moved her lips.

    Not to move hand or foot!

    The prisoner was tied so tightly that he couldn't move hand or foot.

    I'll not move from here.

    The water moves the mill-wheel.

    The wind moves the leaves.

    He moved his family out of the war zone.

    They was willing to move in some matter.

    It's for him to move first in the matter.

    Things are moving rapidly.

    The plot of the drama moves swiftly.

    My affairs are moving.

    Things are moving at last.

    She moved in good society.

    She is easily moved.

    This article is not moving.

    We must to move heaven and earth.

    We have to move with the times.

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    Exclamation Re: a few connotations of "move"

    Quote Originally Posted by vil View Post
    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to revise the following sentences?

    One move and I'll shoot! Donít move or Iíll shoot.

    move = the act of deciding to do something; a change of position

    It's your move.

    move = turn, opportunity

    Selling your car was a good move.
    Leaving a second-rate employer who pays higher to accept a similar job offered by a top-rated employer at lower pay might be a good move.
    move = action, deed, act

    Please move out of the way.

    move out = shift, stir, budge, change position, change place; = to leave a place in order to start or continue a planned march, maneuver, journey, etc.:
    The troops will move out of the encampment within an hour


    The clock doesn't move.

    move = go, have motion, function, operate

    What moved you to open the box? Curiosity moved me to do this.

    move = cause, influence, induce, lead, impel, prompt, incite, drive, inspire, provoke, persuade,

    stimulate, motivate

    I was truly moved by his tears.

    move = touch, affect; arouse, rouse, excite, stir, sway, interest, impress, fire, strike

    I move that we accept the proposal.

    move = propose, suggest, recommend, request, urge, exhort
    The lawyer for the accused moved the court for a fresh trial.

    Let's move before it's too late.

    move = get started, start off, go, go ahead, begin; attack

    It's our third move in two years.

    He made a move to Paris.

    What's the next move?

    We must to make the first move (towards peace).

    One false move and he is ruined.orI'll wait for their false move and then start shooting.
    She decided to end the bitter relationship with him, which seemed to be a wise move.
    We must watch his every move.

    None of the moves to stop the talks has been successful.

    He is not to be moved until he gets well.

    Move your books over here.

    You will have to move your car

    They moved the crowd off the grass.

    He asked to be moved to London.

    You have to move to another seat.

    The train began to move.

    The car in the front isn't moving.

    The Earth moves round the Sun.

    The procession moved through the streets.

    She moved her lips.

    Not to move hand or foot! He was asked to stand still not even to move hand or foot
    The prisoner was tied so tightly that he couldn't move hand or foot.

    I'll not move from here.

    The water moves the mill-wheel.

    The wind moves the leaves.

    He moved his family out of the war zone.

    They were (was) willing to move in some matter. Move-in is noun The offices will be ready for move-in soon.

    It's for him to move first in the matter.

    Things are moving rapidly.

    The plot of the drama moves swiftly.

    My affairs are moving in the right direction.

    Things are moving at last.

    She moved in good society.

    She is easily moved.

    This article is not moving. Or The goods are not moving. (not selling)

    We must (to) move heaven and earth to catch the culprit.

    We have to move with the times, to achieve something in life.

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.
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    Last edited by sarat_106; 19-Nov-2009 at 12:56.

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