move in (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb move in (1).

Meaning: to move your belongings into a new place and start living there

For example:

  • move in My brother is living with us now. He moved in last week and he'll be with us until he gets a new job and finds a new apartment.

  • be moving in We've bought a new house and we'll be moving in on the weekend.

Quick Quiz:

Naomi's going to move in with her girlfriend. They're going to

a. travel together

b. move together

c. live together

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