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NOUN   a move | moves
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VERB  to move | moved | moved ... 
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SYNO   to displace | to move | to go | move ... 
Ôte-toi de !Move!
Verbs
bouger (qn./qc.)
33
to move (sb./sth.)
déplacer qc.
7
to move sth.
déménager
3
to move [to change residence]
se déplacer [personne]to move
se mouvoirto move
faire un mouvementto move
remuer (qc.)to move (sth.)
mouvoir qc. [bouger]to move sth.
Nouns
délogement {m} [déménagement]move [change of house, flat]
déménagement {m}move [to a new home]
2 Words: Verbs
bouger à peineto barely move
avancer [personne, véhicule]to move (forward)
circuler [sans but précis]to move about
s'agiter [bouger]to move about
circulerto move along [move about]
s'écarterto move aside
s'écarterto move away
s'éloignerto move away
se mouvoir sans grâceto move awkwardly
reculerto move back
reculerto move backwards
se mouvoir avec grâceto move gracefully
emménagerto move in [to a house]
pol. côtoyer qc. [milieu, cercle]to move in sth. [political circle]
s'ébranler [convoi, train]to move off
mil. se mettre en marcheto move off
poursuivre son cheminto move on
déménagerto move out [from home, office etc.]
bouleverser qn.to move sb. deeply
émouvoir qn. [bouleverser]to move sb. deeply
inclinerto move sideways
se déplacer avec lenteurto move slowly
s'écouler lentement [produit]to move slowly [not a big selling product]
meub. reculer qc. [vase, lampe]to move sth. back
avancer qc. [chaise]to move sth. forward
s'avancer vers qn./qc.to move toward(s) sb./sth.
comm. pol. s'acheminer vers qc. [fig.] [négociations]to move toward(s) sth.
3 Words: Others
jeux C'est à toi. [C'est ton tour.]It's your move. [board game]
3 Words: Verbs
faire un mouvementto make a move
s'éloigner de qn./qc.to move away from sb./sth.
avancer sans une secousseto move forward smoothly
pourfendre qn./qc. [littéraire]to move in on sb./sth.
se mettre en ménageto move in together
anat. remuer les doigtsto move one's fingers
éloigner les badaudsto move onlookers on
immo. quitter qc. [bâtiment]to move out of sth.
apitoyer qn.to move sb. to pity
émouvoir qn. (jusqu')aux larmesto move sb. to tears
éloigner qn./qc.to move sb/sth. away
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