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Verb: move out
Meaning: to leave a house, apartment, office, etc.
Tom moved out of his apartment.
He moved out of his parents’ place.
She moved out of her parents’ place.
She moved out of her parents’ house.
Tom moved out of his parents’ house.
Tom moved out of his parents’ place.
I will move out of my parents’ house.
Tom will move out of his parents’ house.
Tom hasn’t yet moved out of his apartment.
We’re moving out of this apartment next month.
She wants to move out and find a place of her own.
Tom wants to move out and find a place of his own.
Tom is moving out of town at the end of this month.
I want to move out of this cramped room as soon as I can.
Tom, who I shared the apartment with, moved out last month.
Tom has to move out of his apartment by the end of the month.
Tom, the guy who’d shared my apartment, moved out last month.
Tom, with whom I was sharing the apartment, moved out last month.
I wish that Mari would move out of the apartment below because she makes so much noise.
Today, people all over the world are moving out of small villages in the country to go and live in big, noisy cities.
Dan moved out of the area.
Tom moved out here from Boston.
Meaning: Remove
The president said they would MOVE the troops OUT next year.
Meaning: Change lane or position to pass a vehicle
I MOVED OUT to overtake the bus.