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    move on this

    From《THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION》:
    If I'm going to move on this,there can't bethe least little shred of doubt.
    What does the phrase "move on " mean here?

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    Re: move on this

    Quote Originally Posted by masterding View Post
    From《THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION》:
    If I'm going to move on this,there can't bethe least little shred of doubt.
    What does the phrase "move on " mean here?

    Thanks!
    ***NOT A TEACHER*** Probably something like: If I am going to take some action on this matter, I need 100% confidence in the facts that I have been told about it.

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