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move along

Translation of move along in Spanish:

  • 1verb + adverb 1.1 (go further along)
    move along, so I can sit down too
    córrete or arrímate para que pueda sentarme yo también
    1.2 (disperse) move along, please, there's nothing to see
    circulen, por favor, no hay nada que ver
    1.3 (leave) [colloquial]
    marcharse (especially Spain)
    I'll be moving along now
    ya me voy
    1.4 (make progress)
  • 2verb + object + adverb
    hacer circular
    the police moved us along
    la policía nos hizo circular
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