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Phrasal Verbs

move out

This page is about the phrasal verb move out

Meaning: If you move out, you leave the place in which you've been living or working, and move to a new place to live or work.

Synonym: leave

For example:

  • move out We've got three children, and two of them have already moved out of home, and the third one is planning to move out soon.

  • move out of sth As soon as the new building is finished, we'll move out of our old office and into the new one.

Quick Quiz:

If you're going to move out, you'll need to

a. be fit and strong

b. wear your best clothes

c. pack up your things

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