- v. idiomatic To hurry up, to get moving.
“She was about to send a peremptory signal to Cencom to get a move on when she saw the group emerging from the Base Tower.”
“And having himself now wasted half an hour in vain argument, he adjured them all to stop hanging about and get a move on with their precious demonstration or the Odysseans would be back and the place cluttered up with people before they had even begun.”
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