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move onphrasal verb

  • ja先へ進む、、進歩する
  • ento start something new, such as an activity or a job

Examples

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Look, I know you don't wanna hear this right now.
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But we've seen him in his new place, alright.
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And he's happy.
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He's decorated.
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Look, Chandler, he has moved on, okay?
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I know what twins are.
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But you said you had a twin.
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- I thought it was your twin. - I said they're twins.
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- Let's not argue in front of them. - We should move on.
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- Listen, listen. - We're not gonna argue in front of them.
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- We're gonna deal with this in the back, okay? - Okay, in the back.
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So, all right, we move on to another portion of our cute animal videos.
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This is a kitten afraid of its own shadow.
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But a lot of people wanna move on once they have established themselves.
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And I think it's really cool.
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I think it's really cool that you understand that there are a lot of kids that only watch the Disney Channel.
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And it's a really important thing to have a role model.
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You guys have to copy the dances behind you until I hit the buzzer and move on to the next video.
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And for every one that you complete,
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our friends at Shutterfly are gonna donate $1,000 to the Captain Marvel Challenge.
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Here's the thing, guys.
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Treasure hunters have to know when to pass and when to go.
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A lot of spiders, probably a lot of snakes,
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and potentially 'The Ring' girl.
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So we're gonna move on.
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Hey, guys, the segment's over.
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Let's move on.
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Lose the candy.
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We're headed to a brand new segment
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that is bound to be one of my personal favorites.
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It's time to Get Crafty.
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I don't like this conversation.
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But that was really good.
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We did have body, blood, but there was one thing missing.
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All right, all right, let's move on.
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- Let's move on. - Let's move on.
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Let's try these guys.
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- Pavaloni. - Pavaloni.
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Okay, time to move on to the next game.
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Okay.
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This has to be the gift of the year.
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Welcome to Robot Repair!

Other meanings for move on...

move onidiom

  • ja踏ん切りをつける、気持ちを切り替えて精神的に先に進む
  • ento put someone or something behind and progress mentally or emotionally
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I didn't know you had a new boyfriend.
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I'm so glad you've moved on from that last guy.
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- What was his name? Chaz? - No, I'm Chaz.
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Oh, my God.
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Have you gone out with 2 Chazs in a row?
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Forget about her.
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He's right, man.
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Please. Move on. Go to China. Eat Chinese food.
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You shouldn't be afraid.
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It's the first step in moving on.
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I read it in a pamphlet.
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- It's weird 'cause you have a nice boyfriend and... - Yeah.
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- You know that your husband's moving on and children are doing okay. - You're moving on.
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And work's okay and then, unexpectedly, you cross these little ceremonies where it's all...
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It's all this — This is like a blizzard again.
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- And you sit through it. - Yeah.
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I thought we agreed to move on.
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Move on from what?
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We dated for like a week.
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I've moved on.
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I'm sure Taylor's moved on.
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And it feels nice, and we're all friends, and it's all good.
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I hope you know that this has nothing to do with you.
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- It's personal, myself and I. - Flipping the voice.
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We've got some straightening out to do.
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'Big Girls Don't Cry' is about moving on from a relationship
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but not being angry about it, being peaceful about it, and wishing the other person the best.
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The fact that it still follows you around... I mean, I'm divorced. It's gotta be painful.
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I mean, I don't like it when people bring it up. But people still do, right?
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I don't find it painful, though. I think it's a narrative that follows you because it's an interesting headline.
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- It's more of a media-driven topic, you know. - You've moved on, clearly.
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Well, everybody has!

move onphrasal verb

  • ja先へ進む、〔新しい話題に〕移る、気持ちを切り替える
  • ento put something (usually a bad experience) behind and progress; to stop doing one thing and start doing something else; to leave a place
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I thought we had moved on.
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I thought we'd gotten to a place where we could be happy for each other.
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I mean, was that just me?
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You make a delicious sandwich.
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So do you.
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Very crunchy.
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Maybe we should move on to dessert.
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Okay, so let's move on to the kitchen.
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It's mostly gushers.
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But I have realized in these past few days...you can't just turn back time.
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Why not?
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I moved on.
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You moved on.
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We've gone down different paths for so long.
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Nice!
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Did you hear that?
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Nope! Let's move on now.
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Now over here is my archery range.
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I can get you to about 10 good places.
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- Alright, 10 good places. Right. - Yeah.
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- Shall we move on? - Sure.
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It just feels like we're trying to move on without him.
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Well, yeah.
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What, are we just gonna sit around and be sad about what happened for the rest of our lives?
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I'm not sad. I just don't wanna forget Dad.
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Don't you miss him?
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But if he's a suspect, so am I, so let's move on.
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Whoa, whoa. Let's not move on.
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Maybe you are a suspect.
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Well, if I'm a suspect, you're a suspect.
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You have a point.
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Okay, let's move on.
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The properties have changed and we've lost our lease.
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And we're going to be moving on to a new location in New Jersey
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that's going to be even bigger and brighter and better.
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My momma always said you got to put the past behind you
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before you can move on.
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And I think that's what my running was all about.
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Your guests had a hard time when the ghost who was haunting them moved on to another house.
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They did feel alone and forgotten.
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- I don't know what you're talking about. - Okay, if I may...
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He was just telling a joke before.
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- So can we move on to another question? - Oh.
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Are you sure?
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Yes.