move out

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

  1. (idiomatic, intransitive) To leave one's present location; to leave somewhere for another place.
    Alright, troops, line up and move out!
  2. (idiomatic, intransitive) To vacate one's place of residence or employment.
    We must move out before the end of the month or we'll be paying extra rent.
    • 1977, Billy Joel, “Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)”, The Stranger, Columbia Records:
      Who needs a house out in Hackensack?
      Is that all you get for your money?
      ... If that's movin' up then I'm movin' out.

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