Definition of false move in English:

false move

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noun

An unwise or careless action that could have dangerous consequences: one false move would lead to nuclear war
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  • One false move (even in total innocence!) could put you in the worse kind of firing line - the teenager angst variety!
  • One false move and I'd be in as many pieces as my flashlight.
  • One false move and you've got black powder all over you that simply doesn't wash out.

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