Move Away Dictionary Definition

Wait patiently for your side to move from the opposition to the government benches. The pilot had previously called air traffic control and reported heavy clouds and requested to go from 32,000 feet to 38,000 feet. Thus, not only will the GOP have control in the Senate, but it will also severely shift the center of gravity from the Capitol to starboard. : moving away from (someone or something), especially through violence or effort – often used figuratively He was a good judge of men, this eagle-faced major; He knew that the slightest move with hostile intent would mean a smoking gun. The next 9 entries contain the term far from. Youssef said the detentions not only drive the community underground, but also push many to move abroad. : try to avoid (something) because of nervousness, fear, aversion, etc. : a place as nice and comfortable as your own home.

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