How to Conjugate Move Out
- Infinitive: Move Out
- Present Tense: Move Out/ Moves Out
- -ing Form: Moving Out
- Past Tense: Moved Out
- Past Participle: Moved Out
Definitions of Move Out:
1. When you permanently remove all your belongings and personal items from a place where you live or stay.
Examples: The bad economy has made it hard for young people to move out of their parent’s house.
Our neighbors said that they are moving out of their home in California.
2. When you move someone or something out of a place to another location.
Examples: It’s a good thing that the fireman moved all the people out of the building.
3. When someone or something changes position.
Examples: Superman can move out of a bullet’s way after it is already shot.
Drivers should move out of the way for ambulances.
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