a move: a change, a decision; a movement, an alteration of position noun
The move to stop dogs entering the restaurant was a good one, things are better since this decision.
to move: to relocate, to place, to change the site of, not to be immobile verb
to move (to a new house): to relocate, to go to live (in a new house) verb

UK: Delavigne's move to go public turned out to be a very wise decision.
US: Hey, check out my moves on the dance floor.
  • "Narrator: And finally we move to the office of CEO Bruno Delavigne, where Special Assistant Brian Jones has been replaced by a camel."
  • "Brian : Why can't I move my arms and legs?"
  • "They move fast now, don't they?"
  • "Too lazy to move and just sleep..."
  • "All my dolphin friends are moving to land."
  • "Don't you dare move those hands!"
  • "But you gotta move your body!"
  • "What is our next move?"
  • "Speaking of which, I never liked the lab on the second floor - I want to move it to the basement."
  • "He never moves."

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