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Phrasal Verbs

move into

This page is about the phrasal verb move into

Meaning: to begin living or working in a new place, or to go into a new type of business

For example:

  • move into sth I'll be busy on Saturday because I'm moving into a new apartment.

  • move into sth We'd like to move into a new area of business, and we're thinking it might be advertising.

Quick Quiz:

We're moving into a bigger office because our company is

a. cutting expenses

b. growing fast

c. getting smaller

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Contributor: Matt Errey