Definition of "move through" []

  • Make a passage or journey from one place to another (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "move through" in a sentence
  • "Five into five Mendozas, shift guns, five into five more; then move through the saloon doors, reloading one, then the other gun as you went, and in fifty feet or so, you were in a corral where ten more Mendozas waited."
  • "Individuals increase the number of “pros” and decrease the number of “cons” regarding an innovation as they move through the S-O-C model."
  • "She learned Portuguese, learned her way around Montes Claros, learned to ignore the danger of poisonous snakes, and learned how to move through the forest quickly without losing track of the animals or causing them fright."
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