Definition of move in phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

move in

 phrasal verb
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move in

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move into something

 
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 to start to live in your new home Our new neighbours moved in yesterday. opposite move out
to live, spend your time, etc. in a particular social group She only moves in the best circles.

move in

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move in on somebody

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move in on something

 
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to move towards somebody/something from all directions, especially in a threatening way The police moved in on the terrorists.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: move in

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