Move over - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈmuːv ˈəʊvər|
Brit.  |muːv ˈəʊvə|


- move in order to make room for someone for something (syn: ease up, give, yield)

Extra examples

Uncle felt that he should move over in favour of a younger man.

There's room for three if you move over.

Move over a little, so I can get in.

Move over, Armani, there's a new designer taking the fashion scene by storm.

Would you move over, so I can sit next to you.

Move over - you're squashing me.

Move over the lot of you!

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