英 [mu:v] 美 [muv]
不及物动词 行动; 搬家; 进展; (机器等)开动
及物动词 提议; 使感动; 摇动; 变化
名词 改变; 迁移
1. What moved you to do this?
2. The foreign tourists were moved with admiration at the magnificent view of the Great Wall.
3. The wind was moving the branches.
If people in authority move someone, they make that person go from one place or job to another one.
e.g. His superiors moved him to another parish...
e.g. Ms Clark is still in position and there are no plans to move her...
If you move from one job or interest to another, you change to it.
e.g. He moved from being an extramural tutor to being a lecturer in social history...
e.g. In the early days Christina moved jobs to get experience.
If you move to a new topic in a conversation, you start talking about something different.
e.g. Let's move to another subject, Dan.
If you move an event or the date of an event, you change the time at which it happens.
e.g. The club has moved its meeting to Saturday, January 22nd...
e.g. The band have moved forward their Leeds date to October 27.
If you move towards a particular state, activity, or opinion, you start to be in that state, do that activity, or have that opinion.
e.g. The Labour Party has moved to the right and become like your Democrat Party...
e.g. It is already possible to start moving toward the elimination of nuclear weapons...
A：You can move your stuff in (tomorrow/ this weekend/ whenever you want).
A：Huh? I can't hear you over this music.
B：Can I move closer to you?
B：Rose, I really miss our piano lessons.
A：I could help you find a teacher in Hsinchu...
B：Well, I'd like you to be my teacher. I miss you, Rose.
A：Oh, I miss you too.