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move along


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Sense: Verb: relocate sth
Synonyms:
relocate , reposition, budge , shift , remove , displace, disturb
Sense: Verb: make a movement
Synonyms:
stir , shift , budge , move a muscle (informal), make a move (informal)
Sense: Verb: leave
Synonyms:
leave , depart , go , head out (informal), get going, take off, take your leave, bail (slang), bugger off (UK, vulgar, slang), clear out, vamoose, exit , shove off, quit , make a move (informal), move your ass (US, vulgar, slang), up and go (informal), go off, get up and go
Sense: Verb: change place of residence
Synonyms:
move house, relocate , change addresses, change houses, up sticks (UK, informal), pull up stakes (informal), move away, move out
Antonyms:
remain , stay , stay in the same place
Sense: Verb: arouse the emotions of
Synonyms:
affect , impact , touch , impress , reach , strike , get to, touch a chord, tug at sb's heartstrings
Antonyms:
bore, discourage , dishearten, dissuade, repress, prevent , demoralize, underwhelm, tranquilize, subdue
Sense: Verb: set in motion
Synonyms:
set sth in motion, propel , drive , impel, actuate
Antonyms:
stop , hold , prevent , keep , fix , hold , anchor , secure
Sense: Verb: propose formally
Synonyms:
propose , suggest , submit , put forward, request
Antonyms:
oppose , resist , conceal , withhold , hold back
Sense: Verb: provoke to action
Synonyms:
provoke , prompt , spur , stimulate, incite, rouse, motivate, drive , impel
Antonyms:
calm , soothe , placate, quiet , lull , pacify, appease, subdue , suppress , temper
Sense: Verb: reschedule
Synonyms:
reschedule, change , shift , postpone , push out, put off, bring forward
Sense: Verb: take action
Synonyms:
take action, do something, act , take the initiative, take measures, take steps
Sense: Verb: progress
Synonyms:
progress , make progress, advance , make strides, make headway, develop
Antonyms:
stop , stay , stay , hang around (informal), stick around (informal), hold your position, stay put (informal)
Sense: Verb: reconsider an opinion
Synonyms:
reconsider, budge , backpedal, back-pedal, do a U-turn, change your mind, change your opinion, change your tune, sing a different song
Sense: Verb: associate yourself with certain groups - followed by 'in'
Synonyms:
associate with, mix with, mingle with, hang out with (informal), rub shoulders with (informal), socialize with, socialise with (UK), go around with, go round with (UK), fraternise with (UK), fraternize with, keep company with
Sense: Noun: act of moving
Synonyms:
movement , motion , stir , shift , gesture
Sense: Noun: measure
Synonyms:
measure , action , step , initiative
Sense: Noun: relocation to another residence
Synonyms:
relocation, migration, change of address, change of residence, house move
Sense: Noun: turn in a board game, etc.
Synonyms:
turn , go , play , turn to play, roll , hand

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