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move outphrasal verb

  • ja立ち退く、引っ越す
  • ento leave one's previous home

Examples

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They are tearing the tree house down.
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Why?
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The Robertsons are moving out.
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And the new couple, they don't have kids, so...
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"Ooh, I'm Zoey, and I forgot my key again."
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"Yeah, I'm also Zoey.
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Open the door. I'm locked out. Blah, blah, blah."
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Okay, well if I'm such a horrible roommate, then maybe I should move out.
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Maybe you should!
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Fine! I'll be back for my stuff later.
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I think— I think I need to move out.
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Well, then move out.
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Yeah.
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You don't wanna end up like Esther Wong,
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- sleeping in the same room as her 89-year-old parents. - Jesus.
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- It's like a Chinese version of Willy Wonka. - Right.