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Definition of "move into" []

  • To come or go into (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "move into" in a sentence
  • "EJ caused a leak at Sami's town home, forcing her to move into the mansion with him."
  • "Free-flowing Chelsea bounced back from their Champions League exit at the hands of Inter Milan and a poor 1-1 draw at Blackburn to demolish bottom club Portsmouth and move into second place, just a point behind leaders Manchester United."
  • "I was also acutely aware that Al Z was taking an interest in my affairs, which, on the “Good Things That Can Happen to a Person” scale, registered somewhere between contracting leprosy and having the IRS move into your house."