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move-out

[ moov-out ]
/ ˈmuvˌaʊt /
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noun
an act or instance of vacating a living or working place: With so many business move-outs, the local economy is suffering.
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Origin of move-out

Noun use of verb phrase move out
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British Dictionary definitions for move-out

move out

verb
(adverb) to vacate a residence, place of business, etc, or help (someone) to do this
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