moveverb

  • ja売る、さばく
  • ento sell

Examples

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0:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
How do we get to Dom?
2.
Apparently, he uses BMX riders to move his product.
3.
And, as it turns out, when I was a kid, I was a vert fiend.
4.
That's great news!
5.
- Please explain that. - That means I rode BMX.
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1:15 / --:--
Mute
1.
The film's worldwide gross is actually the best of the entire series,
2.
meaning that 'Insidious 5' is all but inevitable.
3.
Here's hoping the next installment finds a way to deliver some bona fide scares
4.
while moving all those tickets.

Other meanings for move...

moveverb

  • ja〜を動かす、〜を感動させる、動く、
  • ento change or cause to change the position or state of someone or something, sometimes in the way or direction mentioned
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0:30 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, I see you moved the green ottoman.
2.
Uh-oh.
3.
How did that happen?
4.
I don't know, I thought it looked better there.
5.
And also, it's an extra seat around the coffee table.
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Mute
1.
He is the worst captain we've ever had.
2.
He drew boobies on my bulletproof vest.
3.
He stared at me for 90 seconds while he ate an entire peach.
4.
He heard that I speak Spanish, and he made me fire his housekeeper.
5.
She was Polish.
6.
At least he doesn't practice his crane kicks with you.
7.
I said not to move!
8.
I didn't move.
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0:37 / --:--
Mute
1.
This might not be the time to tell you, but both my parents died falling out of lighthouses.
3.
Oh, man, I have so many questions, but for now, just follow my lead, okay?
4.
Okay.
5.
Take small little baby steps, like this.
6.
You're not moving!
7.
I'm not?
8.
Oh, uh-oh.
9.
This is bad.
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1:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Just like ourselves, our plants have to stay hydrated.
2.
I moved my plants into some sunlight, and I only watered them when the soil started to get dry.
3.
This was to make sure that I didn't drown my seeds.