Move on

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Definition

to move on (to): to proceed, to go forward, to progress, to advance (to)
verb
We've done all we can with this subject, so let's move on. The next topic will be computers.

I've moved on: I've gone past that, I've gone forward from there, That's in the past for me
idiom

Examples

  • "If you don't mind, I'm going to ask you some basic questions about your childhood, and then we'll move on to examine some deeper issues."
  • "We've moved on, Desmond."
  • "You're ready to move on to the next level."
  • "Moving on, this graph clearly shows a photograph of my secretary Doris in a Bikini."
  • "Brian : It's getting a little hot in here, should we move on with the tour, Mr. Warbuckle?"
  • "Judge : Moving on, let's have no more interruptions."
  • "That was easier than I expected. Moving on."
  • "We chatted briefly about paperclips (and other stationery) before moving on to an in-depth discussion about world financial markets."
  • "Desmond : Not all of us have moved on, Brian."
  • "Now we ready to move on to our final destination: The Kremlin."

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