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verb (adverb)
to go or cause (someone) to leave somewhere
(intr) to progress; evolvefootball has moved on since then
(intr) to put a difficult experience behind one and progress mentally or emotionally
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move on

Continue moving or progressing; also go away. For example, It's time we moved on to the next item on the agenda, or The police ordered the spectators to move on. [First half of 1800s]

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