move 英 [mu:v]   美 [muv]


move  英 [mu:v] 美 [muv]

n. 移动;搬动  v. 移动;搬动 

进行时:moving  过去式:moved  过去分词:moved  第三人称单数:moves  名词复数:moves 

Don't move—stay perfectly still. 别动,一点都别动。
Phil moved towards the window. 菲尔朝窗户走去。

  • To move is to shift your position or change where you are. It can be a little spooky to hear a sleepwalker move around a dark house at night.
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  • n. 移动;搬动
  • v. 移动;搬动
  • 1. Don't move—stay perfectly still.


  • 2. Phil moved towards the window.


  • 3. I can't move my fingers.


  • 4. Let's move the meeting to Wednesday.


  • 5. Time is moving on.


  • 6. Things are not moving as fast as we hoped.


  • 7. We don't like it here so we've decided to move.


  • 8. It's your turn to move.


  • 9. Every move was painful.


  • move (n.) mid-15c., "proposal," from move (v.). From 1650s in the gaming sense. Meaning "act of moving" is from 1827. Phrase on the move "in the process of going from one place to another" is from 1796; get a move on "hurry up" is Americal English colloquial from 1888 (also, and perhaps originally, get a move on you).
  • move (v.) late 13c., from Anglo-French mover, Old French movoir "to move, get moving, set out; set in motion; introduce" (Modern French mouvoir), from Latin movere "move, set in motion; remove; disturb" (past participle motus, frequentative motare), from PIE root *meue- "to push away."
move / muːv ; NAmE muːv / verb , noun move moves moved moving verb change position 改变位置 1 [intransitive ,  transitive ] to change position or make sb/sth change position in a way that can be seen, heard or felt (使)改变位置,移动 Don't move—stay perfectly still. 别动,一点都别动。 The bus was already moving when I jumped onto it. 我跳上车的时候,公共汽车已经开动了。 + adv./prep. He could hear someone moving around in the room above. 他听到楼上屋里有人走动。 Phil moved towards the window. 菲尔朝窗户走去。 You can hardly movein this pub on Saturdays (= because it is so crowded). 这家酒吧星期六总是挤得令人无法挪动。 You can't move forbooks in her room. 她的屋里书多得挪不开步。 movesth I can't move my fingers. 我的手指动不了了。 movesth + adv./prep. We moved our chairs a little nearer. 我们把椅子挪近了一点。 change ideas/time 改变主意╱时间 2 [intransitive ,  transitive ] to change; to change sth 变化;改变;转变 SYN shift (+ adv./prep.) The government has not moved on this issue. 政府在这个问题上立场没有转变。 movesth (+ adv./prep.) Let's move the meeting to Wednesday. 我们把开会时间改到星期三吧。 make progress 取得进展 3 [intransitive ] move(on/ahead) to make progress in the way or direction mentioned 前进;进步;进展 SYN progress Time is moving on. 时代在进步。 Share prices moved ahead today. 今天的股票价格上升了。 Things are not moving as fast as we hoped. 事情的进展不像我们希望的那么快。 take action 采取行动 4 [intransitive ] to take action; to do sth 采取行动;做(事) SYN act The police moved quickly to dispel the rumours. 警察迅速采取行动来消除谣言。 synonyms at action change house/job 搬家;换工作 5 [intransitive ,  transitive ] to change the place where you live, have your work, etc. 搬家;搬迁 We don't like it here so we've decided to move. 我们不喜欢这地方,所以决定搬走。 move(from…) (to…) The company's moving to Scotland. 公司准备迁往苏格兰。 moveaway She's been all on her own since her daughter moved away. 自从她女儿搬走以后,她一直独自生活。 ~ house ( BrE) We moved house last week. 我们上星期搬家了。 6 [transitive ] movesb (from…) (to…) to make sb change from one job, class, etc. to another 使变换;调动 SYN transfer I'm being moved to the New York office. 我要调到纽约办事处去。 in board games 棋类游戏 7 [intransitive ,  transitive ] (in chessand other board games 国际象棋和其他棋类游戏 ) to change the position of a piece 走棋;移动棋子 It's your turn to move. 该你走棋了。 movesth She moved her queen. 她挪动了棋盘上的王后。 cause strong feelings 使感动 8 [transitive ] to cause sb to have strong feelings, especially of sympathy or sadness 使感动(尤指因为同情或悲伤);打动 movesb We were deeply movedby her plight. 她的困境深深地打动了我们。 movesb to sth Grown men were moved to tearsat the horrific scenes. 这样悲惨的场面甚至让铮铮汉子潸然泪下。 see also moving  (1 ) make sb do sth 促使 9 [transitive ] ( formal) to cause sb to do sth 促使,迫使(某人做某事);使去做 SYN prompt movesb to do sth She felt moved to address the crowd. 她不由得想给大家讲一番话。 movesb He works when the spirit moves him (= when he wants to). 他只有在想干活的时候才干活。 suggest formally 正式提出 10 [transitive ] ( formal) to suggest sth formally so that it can be discussed and decided (正式地)提出,提议 SYN put forward movesth The Opposition moved an amendment to the Bill. 反对派对法案提出修正案。 movethat… I move that a vote be taken on this. 我提议就此进行投票。 IDIOMS get ˈmoving ( informal) to begin, leave, etc. quickly 马上行动;迅速开始(或离去等) It's late—we'd better get moving. 天不早了,咱们走吧。 get sth ˈmoving ( informal) to cause sth to make progress 使进步;推动 The new director has really got things moving. 新来的主任确实使事情有了进展。 move heaven and ˈearth to do everything you possibly can in order to achieve sth 竭尽所能;竭尽全力 move with the ˈtimes to change the way you think and behave according to changes in society 顺应时代;顺应潮流 more at ass , forward adv. PHRASAL VERBS ˌmove aˈlong to go to a new position, especially in order to make room for other people 移动一下,向前移动(以腾出空间) The bus driver asked them to move along. 公共汽车司机让他们往里走走。 ˌmove ˈin | ˌmove ˈinto sth to start to live in your new home 搬进新居 Our new neighbours moved in yesterday. 我们的新邻居昨天搬来了。 OPP move out ˈmove in sth to live, spend your time, etc. in a particular social group 涉足,出入,生活在(某群体) She only moves in the best circles. 她只涉足那些精英圈子。 ˌmove ˈin (on sb/sth) to move towards sb/sth from all directions, especially in a threatening way 从四面八方逼近;进逼 The police moved in on the terrorists. 警察从四面八方向恐怖分子进逼。 ˌmove ˈin with sb to start living with sb in the house or flat/apartment where they already live 搬来和某人一起居住 ˌmove ˈoff (especially of a vehicle 尤指交通工具 ) to start moving; to leave 启动;离去 ˌmove ˈon (to sth) to start doing or discussing sth new 开始做(别的事);换话题 I've been in this job long enough—it's time I moved on. 这工作我已经干得够久了,我该干点别的了。 Can we move on to the next item on the agenda? 我们可以接着讨论下一项议程吗? ˌmove sb ˈon (of police, etc. 警察等 ) to order sb to move away from the scene of an accident, etc. 让(某人)离开(事故现场等) ˌmove ˈout to leave your old home 搬出去;迁出 OPP move in ˌmove ˈover ( also ˌmove ˈup ) to change your position in order to make room for sb 挪开;让位 There's room for another one if you move up a bit. 如果你挪开一点,这里还可以容纳多一个人。 noun action 行动 1 move(towards/to sth) | move(to do sth) an action that you do or need to do to achieve sth 行动 This latest move by the government has aroused fierce opposition. 政府最近采取的行动引起了强烈的反对。 The management have made no move to settle the strike. 管理层没有采取任何措施来解决罢工问题。 Getting a job in marketing was a good career move. 找份市场营销的工作是一个不错的职业选择。 see also false move change of position 位置变换 2 [usually singular ] a change of place or position 移动;活动 Don't make a move! 别动! Every move was painful. 每动一下都很痛。 She felt he was watching her every move. 她觉得他在注意她的一举一动。 see also movement  (1 ), ( 2 ) change of ideas/behaviour 想法╱行为的改变 3 moveto/away from sth a change in ideas, attitudes or behaviour 改变;转变;动摇 SYN shift , trend There has been a move away from nuclear energy. 人们对于原子能的看法已经转变。 change of house/job 搬家;调职 4 an act of changing the place where you live or work 搬家;搬迁;调动 What's the date of your move? 你什么时候搬家? Their move from Italy to the US has not been a success. 他们从意大利迁到美国并不成功。 Her new job is just a sideways move. 她的新工作只是平级调动。 in board games 棋类游戏 5 an act of changing the position of a piece in chessor other games that are played on a board 走棋;(棋子的)移动 The game was over in only six moves. 这盘棋只走了六步就结束了。 It's your move. 该你走了。 IDIOMS be on the ˈmove 1 to be travelling from place to place (经常)变换地点 2 to be moving; to be going somewhere 在行进中;在移动中 The car was already on the move. 汽车已经开动了。 The firm is on the move to larger offices. 公司正在迁往更大的办公楼。 3 = be on the go get a ˈmove on ( informal) you tell sb to get a move onwhen you want them to hurry 赶快 make the first ˈmove to do sth before sb else, for example in order to end an argument or to begin sth 抢先行动;抢占先机 If he wants to see me, he should make the first move. 他要是想见我,就得采取主动。 make a ˈmove ( BrE) ( informal) to begin a journey or a task 动身;开始行动 It's getting late—we'd better make a move. 时间不早了,我们得动身了。 make a ˈmove on sb ( informal) 1 to try to start a sexual relationship with sb 意图与某人发生性关系 2 ( sport ) to try to pass sb who is in front of you in a race (速度竞赛时)设法超越某人 make a, your, etc. ˈmove to do the action that you intend to do or need to do in order to achieve sth 采取行动;开始行动 The rebels waited until nightfall before they made their move. 叛乱者一直等到夜幕降临才开始行动。 move / muːv ; NAmE muːv /
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