move along

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move along (third-person singular simple present moves along, present participle moving along, simple past and past participle moved along)

  1. to continue without being distracted; to keep going
    • 2015, Toby Wilde, The Lost Moons of Venus:
      The soldiers were unmoved but the policeman immediately placed himself between Jimmy and the entrance. 'Good morning, madam. No loitering please. Now move along.'
  2. (figurative, by extension) to proceed; to make or signify progress
    the construction project is moving along
  3. (figurative, by extension) to go on to something else
    the committee moved along to the next item on the agenda