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move in

Translation of move in in Spanish:

  • 1verb + adverb 1.1 (set up home)
    (a una casa, local etc)
    we moved in last week
    nos mudamos or nos cambiamos la semana pasada
    to move in with somebody
    irse a vivir con alguien
    1.2 (draw closer)
    1.3 (go into action)
    the referee moved in to separate the boxers
    el árbitro intervino para separar a los boxeadores
    they moved in at dawn (Military)
    atacaron al amanecer
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