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mover

[ moo-ver ]
/ ˈmu vər /
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noun
a person or thing that moves.
Often movers. a person or company whose business is the moving of household effects or office equipment from one location to another.
a powerful and influential person, as in politics or business.
a person who is energetic and ambitious; go-getter.
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Idioms about mover

    movers and shakers, Informal. powerful and influential people, as in politics and business.

Origin of mover

First recorded in 1350–1400, mover is from the Middle English word mevere.See move, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for mover

mover
/ (ˈmuːvə) /

noun
informal a person, business, idea, etc, that is advancing or progressing
a person who moves a proposal, as in a debate
US and Canadian a removal firm or a person who works for one
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