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Origin of move-in
Words nearby move-in
Example sentences from the Web for move-in
On move-in day I opened the front door to a pungent, musky odor of pure mold.
In a word, our move-in was a local festival; everyone took part.
British Dictionary definitions for move-in
verb (mainly adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with move-in
Begin to occupy a residence or working place, as in We are scheduled to move in next month, or Helen is moving in with her sister. [Late 1800s]
move in on. Intrude on; also, try to take over or get control of. For example, Their sales force is moving in on our territory, or The police moved in on the gang. [Mid-1900s]