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move on

Translation of move on in Spanish:

  • 1verb + adverb 1.1 (walk further) 1.2move along 1 3 1.3 (continue journey)
    seguir viaje
    1.4 (proceed) time is moving on
    el tiempo pasa
    shall we move on?
    ¿pasamos al punto siguiente?
    he's moved on to higher things
    ha pasado a hacer cosas más importantes
    the committee moved on to discuss finance
    la comisión pasó a discutir la financiación
    1.5 (progress)
  • 2verb + object + adverb (cause to disperse)
    (spectators/loiterers)
    hacer circular
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