Meaning of MOVE in English

MOVE

I. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a bold move

The newspapers described her resignation as a bold move.

a career change/move

After ten years in the job, I realized that I needed to make a career change.

a chess move

You first have to learn the basic chess moves.

a moving speech (= making people feel strong emotions )

That was a very moving speech.

a surprise move (= an unexpected action )

In a surprise move, the government lifted the ban on arms exports to the country.

be moved to tears (= be so upset that you cry )

Members of the audience were moved to tears by her singing.

be/move/work in sync

The two mechanisms have to work in sync.

clouds move/roll

A narrow band of cloud has been moving across the country.

move a file

He was trying to move the file from one folder to another.

move forward

Britain is now ready to move forward .

move into a flat

They move into their new flat next week.

move into/out of a house

We’re moving into our new house next week.

move into/out of an apartment (= start living in a new apartment, or leave an apartment in order to live somewhere else )

They moved into the apartment last Easter.

move into/out of an area

She had just moved into the area and knew very few people.

Many young people are moving out of rural areas.

move towards a climax

Political tensions were moving towards a climax.

move towards independence (= gradually achieve it over a period of time )

The country was slowly moving towards independence.

move up/down a scale

Some farmers prospered and moved up the social scale.

move/empty/open your bowels (= get rid of solid waste from your body )

move/go upmarket

a brand that’s moved upmarket

(= it is trying to attract richer people )

move/head in a direction

We followed the other passengers heading in the direction of passport control.

move/mix in a circle (= belong to a particular type of circle )

At Harvard he moved in scientific circles.

moves/plans/changes afoot

There were plans afoot for a second attack.

moving freely

The injury prevented him from moving freely .

moving picture

moving staircase

moving van

One false move

One false move and you’re dead.

relocation/moving expenses

Successful candidates will receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes relocation expenses if needed.

sb’s gaze moves/travels/shifts/sweeps etc

His gaze travelled over the still water to the other side of the lake.

smart move (= sensible thing to do )

His decision to become a director was a smart move .

tactical move/decision/ploy

a tactical decision to send in troops

the emphasis shifts/moves (= changes )

The emphasis is now shifting away from oil towards renewable sources of energy.

traffic moves/flows

At last the traffic was moving again.

wise move (= not be a sensible thing to do )

I don’t think that would be a very wise move .

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

about

She spotted other figures moving about , and from some place close by she heard agonized sobbing.

I think we have the right to move about as we please.

Changing preferences will be shown in siting, and occupation will tend to move about within an area.

They are afraid, they stumble and feel weak-how do you move about when chains were your programmed destiny?

Secondly, don't move about so often-stay in one place.

He could also move about in a battery-operated wheelchair, which was designed to look like a toy car.

People moving about in the dead of night, poisons being administered in a locked room.

Criminal justice officials say he apparently moves about freely under the noses of state leaders, including Gov.

along

It's a very good cruiser, too, moving along effortlessly at motorway limit speeds and above. 40.

For five minutes she is moving along as usual.

She moved along the heath, and from a tuft of darkness something came out and stood in her way.

All this is presented with slick lighting and production values, moving along at a crisp pace.

The Mercedes moved along the Kurfurstendamm as snow started to fall again.

We are are so big, and move along with such momentum, that we are able to live through everything.

I moved along to the patio window.

Both are moved along at the same speed and in the same direction by the proportioning pump.

around

They have been jaw locking, tail shaking and they always move around the tank together.

But you could never be sure if one or both of these batteries would be there because they were frequently moved around .

Able to move around with limp.

So I can hang on to things as I move around .

Prowling, scuffling, moving around out there somewhere ... There was another crash of thunder.

As the forensic team finished with areas of the flat he could move around more and disturb things.

Can the text and graphics be moved around once they have been placed on the page?

away

The woman with the child began to move away .

They moved away to have a more private conversation, from which I gathered problems existed.

I wave airily and the face moves away .

I moved away from my personal and creative environments, and just grew up, essentially.

She had never done this before, never felt like this, but she had no thought at all of moving away .

He looked over at the judge, but the judge had already started to move away .

We climbed aboard the transport and as we moved away in convoy I gazed at Francoise from the back of the truck.

back

She moved back against the pillow and drew me on top of her.

I may even move back one day.

The only relevant question now is: will the new government enable to him to move back into the driving seat?

But Dominic says moving back home would be a defeat.

Keep the board level; move back as the wind increases.

Anderson repeatedly refused to predict when the company will move back into the black.

And they have vowed to refuse to move back into the flats on Conwy Morfa until their demands are met.

He moved back to his native country briefly, where he married, and then returned here, Crum said.

closer

Hala giggled and rocked back and forth and Fatima moved closer to watch.

Several microphones, which had been hanging listlessly in reporters' hands, suddenly rose and moved closer to Cantor.

The criterion moves closer to asking whether the courts believe that the exercise of discretion was reasonable.

Over the years, the departments have moved closer together and combining them will also lead to efficiency savings for the authority.

Hicks moved closer to the stove, partly turning his back on her.

In Walter's action, the hammer is moved closer to the stationary check.

Some couples who do not seem to be close previously may move closer together as they work through the process of adaptation.

fast

Got ta move fast in this business.

Or some one driving north toward Lake of the Woods, moving fast , coming to her rescue.

He was angry with the hijackers and he was angry with himself because he had not moved fast enough to help Harald.

San Diego is an international city and we are growing fast and we are moving fast.

The company had moved fast since landing at Portsmouth with King Henry late in October.

When Ted was out of the bathroom and thumping around in the bedroom, I moved fast .

We had therefore to move fast .

The salamander, who now barely moved , could never have moved fast .

forward

We move forward only as rapidly as our successes permit, and progress often does not seem rapid enough.

In the meantime, the 2d Battalion of the 271 Regiment, moving forward in a column, engaged the northernmost company.

It means that energy is required to overcome the friction as well as to move forward .

They moved forward because there seemed to be no competition in the distribution business.

The most important thing is integrity and moving forward .

The boat moved forward with a jerking motion as the line to the police launch slacked and tightened in the swell.

He moved forward , hand against the wall of the passage.

Since those legs happen to be touching the ground, the body moves forward .

freely

These characters would never escape their existential lots, or move freely from one class to another.

But even for those who move freely in this circle of literary classics, Characters still has some problems.

The traffic, even at that time of evening, wasn't good, but at least it was moving freely .

They are apt to talk a great deal with each other and to move freely and purposefully about the space.

One reason is that the lithosphere is not divided into small discrete blocks able to move freely up and down with respect to each other.

Once hot spots and rifting cave created a new border, the plates on either side of it start moving freely .

There are, however, natural systems in which dissolved metals move freely through membranes, irrespective of concentration.

These gnomes would move freely through the earth and were guardians of mines and quarries.

in

He touched the toad and it inflated jerkily, its throat moving in and out like bellows.

In its place, more activist shareholders are moving in.

When you move in , you must move in fast - really fast.

You remind me of law sessions they used to have in the gold fields before the North West mounted moved in.

She'd moved in on and in with Dionne, spitting scorn at her friends, slurring drunk at parties.

When old enough, Margaret left the farm and moved in with a knight.

They moved in , and invited William Morris to stay so that he might advise them on decorating and restoring the place.

None of them were moving in .

off

We watched the men bundle up their parachutes and move off through the dense undergrowth, chopping at it with jungle machetes.

The plates slide toward one direction or another and, inevitably, their ridges move off the hot spots that found them.

Can't move off this confounded sofa.

She opened the door and watched him move off down the corridor.

The chauffeur started up, and they moved off .

Then, at his peak, he moves off to Paris, London, Berlin.

He would stand and just look at his trusted trainer, not moving off as directed.

She remembered John moving off to shake hands along a chain fence, his face rigid in the gray drizzle.

on

Hornby, founded in 1908, has now moved on from trains and cars to sell dolls and video games.

It was time to move on .

Yes, we would move on .

While singer Neneh Cherry moved on to crossover fame, her fellow conspirators took a back seat.

Zeus, though eternal, comes into being and moves on .

The secondment provided a change and the chance to move on .

He was apparently out of favor with the judges, some of whom had dropped subtle hints that Galindo should move on .

out

Rabbits find them uncomfortable and they move out to warmer quarters.

Various communities of the region saw the Negro residents move out en masse.

He and Mum were moved out to the new estate.

The Republican presidential campaign moved out of New Hampshire on Wednesday in a fog.

Blackening the sky, they move out from Abbey Park in well defined flight lines to feeding grounds.

Thirty years later, I am in academia myself and realize now that people are moved out of Department Chair positions regularly.

And Dot saw something else alive and moving out there too, brown yet larger than a hare.

Whites were moving out as blacks moved in.

over

And that meant them moving over .

If you enter characters within existing text, words to the right will move over and down to make room for them.

He rode the rocking-horse, which moved over the lawn without effort.

I did my job and I moved over to a job as a state policeman.

To move over long distances the dredger has to be towed by a tug.

He moved over to the window of his office and looked out.

He took the wheel of the jeep himself, telling the driver to move over .

quickly

On reaching the crossroads, we moved quickly to the right, and up the very dusty road leading to the village.

People stopped and then quickly moved on.

Armed with this information, Mr Centerman moved quickly .

House members saw a need to move quickly to avoid having the legislation bottled up by possible impeachment proceedings.

He may have to move quickly .

They are heavy, smart trout, and they move quickly into the heavy water and riffles.

After the passage of the Act through Parliament, events in Bedford moved quickly .

The 18-year-old king moved quickly to establish rule under his personal control.

slowly

Guy found his gaze moving slowly over Isabel as if her body held the answers to the questions in his mind.

Despite the quick beginning, the effort moved slowly for much of 1980.

Primo hears a sound that could be a car, miles from them, moving slowly through the city.

Now he was moving slowly as the bark peeled back in a longer and longer strip.

Penelope outlined their bodies together and began to move slowly , very slowly, closing her eyes.

Cold dark-matter particles move slowly - hot ones move at nearly the speed of light.

The starter whined, the rotors moved slowly , then the turbine caught.

■ NOUN

area

Rapeman duly foundered - worldwide, it must be said - and then Steve moved into an area of similar controversy.

But pretty soon, we lost the tunnels completely in the debris, so we gave up and moved to another area .

He realized that he was following the pattern of the streets, moving into the poor area of World's End.

Instead, proposals have involved moving him to his area of greatest expertise as public works director.

Business was so bad that they moved to more lucrative areas before the shows had even finished.

Blacks who moved into the area settled in a district called Mudtown.

We have moved forward in this area , although there is still an under-representation of qualified social workers.

In addition, the activities of firms moving into the area in response to gasfield opportunities are also being monitored.

direction

Bilateral animals move in a constant direction in such a way that one end is the front and the other the back.

But slowly they were moving in the right direction .

Within some relationships, the two partners can begin to move in opposite directions .

Bond prices and yields move in opposite directions .

This should make the model start to move in the direction which it is pointing or stop the rotation.

In Jerusalem, things looked to be moving in that direction even without the settlers' help.

Stabiliser A device to check lateral motion and maintain the foot moving in a forward direction .

Johnson would often move in contradictory directions , yet he would usually achieve consensus.

house

Since the 1991 explosion the Drumgooles and their three young children have moved to two different houses .

It only really started when everybody began moving out of the house .

His enquiry about my whereabouts was due to our having moved house .

I spoke to a middle-aged woman in Sunderland who moved into her council house when it was new thirty years ago.

Then he moved to a half way house for gay alcoholics.

She is planning to move into the house on Monday from the home she rented in Eldon Street, Darlington.

They moved into the three-bedroom house in February of that year and said they have enjoyed every day since.

stage

He saw groups as moving through four key stages of development as follows.

He further postulates that until each conflict is resolved positively, we can not move to the next stage or conflict.

Cram wallflowers into containers now to be moved to centre stage in late spring.

The proceedings now have moved to the stage of determining a penalty.

Peasants tended to move onwards in short stages , so their progression across Siberia was not sudden.

Some move through the stages slowly, while others seem to zip up across and over at a brisker pace.

A woman was moving on stage , a woman wearing a red dress.

Your career will have moved from an establishment stage into a maintenance stage.

■ VERB

begin

It covers that period - she began it when they moved to Richmond.

Have one student slowly tip the board up so that the objects begin to move .

That model was discarded in the 60s when women began to move into spheres that had previously been restricted to men.

Penelope outlined their bodies together and began to move slowly, very slowly, closing her eyes.

It was also during this period that his political ideas began moving sharply to the right.

Instead, Vinik began moving money into Treasury securities, according to a report released by Fidelity Investments.

Gradually the crowd began to move .

I felt Frank begin to move slowly inside me and I felt the doors to my body open.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

God moves in a mysterious way/mysterious ways

a moving target

As always, this is a moving target.

At its best, Gramm-Rudman-Hollings is a game of how to master a moving target.

Duration is a moving target as rates and portfolios change, though it is already used by many managers.

Nobody hits a moving target and you can quote me.

Only the top half of her body was visible, and she resembled a moving target on a shooting gallery.

false move/step

A false step, a forgotten detail.

And marriage, I should have thought, is a false step you must have been well warned against.

Any false starts or false moves will result in error and the telltale bugs.

Leicester are the sporting equivalent of those brave landmine engineers who operate in areas where one false move can destroy everything.

No regrets, no hesitation; there were no false moves left in me.

One false move in the conduct of the attack will spell certain doom for White.

One false step and we would be down there too.

Risking a false step in the bog, she sped over the path.

go/move downmarket

The Opera House specialised in drama for nine years - and then went downmarket .

make the first move

Everybody's waiting for the other person to make the first move.

I'd always been attracted to her, but I was too shy to make the first move.

Neither side is willing to make the first move in the trade talks.

The employees made the first move to end the strike.

And in the matter of seduction itself, once more it is the male who is expected to make the first move.

And now Cambridge United, who recently sacked controversial manager John Beck, have made the first move.

He had decided to do nothing further for the present and leave it to Berowne to make the first move.

If they have upset you, perhaps they are hoping you will make the first move.

She was damned if she was going to make the first move.

Those weeks, not seeing him, wondering, too proud to make the first move.

We suggest you make the first move.

We were both trembling with desire, afraid to make the first move.

move heaven and earth

Bishop Auckland have also moved heaven and earth to improve their standing.

If you knew what I was doing you'd have moved heaven and earth to stop me.

So together we moved heaven and earth to ensure, in a difficult year, that the necessary money was made available.

We've all experienced it and most of us would move heaven and earth to avoid it.

move in/close in for the kill

move mountains

move/change/keep up with the times

Motoring: Can R-R keep up with the times ?

The pub has made no attempt to keep up with the times ... no karaoke here ... just conversation.

move/get into top gear

Accelerate smartly so that you can get into top gear as quickly as possible.

It was ready to move into top gear at very short notice.

Meanwhile Pistol Packer was getting into top gear on the stands side, and Caro and Arlequino were not done with.

move/shift the goalposts

It has been subtly shifting the goalposts of what can be done in and through art.

The answer to failure and sin is not to move the goalposts but to repent and try again.

not move a muscle

I didn't dare move a muscle . He would have shot me.

I was so scared, I couldn't move a muscle .

She hid behind the door, not moving a muscle .

The performers didn't move a muscle .

It suddenly occurred to them that he had not moved a muscle since they came in.

They will not move a muscle for at least another month or two.

shift/move your arse

the moving spirit

Rittall is regarded as the moving spirit behind the project.

That bull had been the moving spirit of the herd, a figure rather of mythic than of material dimension.

when/as the spirit moves you

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

"Do they still live on Reighton Road?" "No, they've moved."

Moving house can be extremely stressful.

Airport authorities are moving fast to improve security following a series of bomb threats.

Did you know that Karen's moving to the US in August?

Don't move , there's a spider on your back.

Every time I move I get a pain in my left shoulder.

His dad was in the army, so they moved a lot as kids.

I can hear someone moving around downstairs!

I think that the trade agreement is moving in the right direction.

I tried to open the door, but I couldn't move it an inch.

If anyone wants to put in a bid on the property they'll have to move quickly.

In her early years her family had moved from one town to another, and she had never felt settled anywhere.

In the past year the leadership has moved to strengthen their control over the party.

It's essential that these budget talks get moving.

It took three men to move the piano.

Many socialists were moving away from faith in revolution towards a fight for reform.

My mother moved forward and grabbed my wrist.

Neither side is willing to move on this issue.

Once she's made up her mind, you can't move her.

Police say that the investigation is moving slowly, and they are hoping that more witnesses will come forward.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A collection of firefighting crews moved to a primitive airstrip, a strip of grass amid the pines.

After the war, Oberth moved to Heidelberg to study with the outstanding chemists and physicists there.

He also earned a law degree before changing his name from Margulois to Merrick and moving to New York in 1939.

His suit was disheveled, his shoes caked with mud; his hands moved abstractly before him.

It may be difficult to move areas since many local authorities and some housing associations operate strict residence restrictions.

More rabbits are likely to move in, more rabbits are bred and no area stays denuded for very long.

Now I got to move and start all over.

So, just as the statue was to be moved, the controversy heated up.

II. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

bold

It is a bold move , since it throws into reverse one of Clinton's central election pledges.

Lee wasted no time entering Maryland, the men being in high spirits as the bold move was made.

In a particularly bold move , I decided to shave less often.

Two years later, in 1994, he made perhaps the boldest move of his life.

That would be a bold move indeed.

As innocent as that sounded, it was a bold move .

That first trip was a bold move .

false

Any false starts or false moves will result in error and the telltale bugs.

No regrets, no hesitation; there were no false moves left in me.

One false move in the conduct of the attack will spell certain doom for White.

Leicester are the sporting equivalent of those brave landmine engineers who operate in areas where one false move can destroy everything.

From that day there was no appeal from the consequences of even one false move .

A false move and the State would not hesitate to send him to the same grave as his father and grandfather.

Then it happened, that one false move that a batsman never wants to make.

He scarcely made a false move .

smart

What is the smartest move you've ever made?

Perhaps pretending to fall in love was merely a smart career move allowing you to diversify into pasturing.

The smart move is to proceed according to Mr Punch's exclusive eight-point plan, as follows ... 1.

wise

As it turned out, this rejection of Hopper's advances was the wisest career move Nicholson ever made.

This wise move was not made because of treaties.

There were many more than two hundred behind that large banner, so was it the wisest move ?

But the doctor decided to cover the full investment for $ 550, 000, a wise move .

I knew it wouldn't be a wise move for me.

Killing this guy was not a wise move .

Did I think it would be a wise move or should she try to persuade Meredith to keep her on for Christmas?

The wisest move at this point would be to begin reading the first page.

■ NOUN

career

As it turned out, this rejection of Hopper's advances was the wisest career move Nicholson ever made.

The structural load which exists within seemingly minor career moves or internal transfers around the force is enormous.

And it could so easily have been a suicidal career move .

This may be particularly beneficial for those making a major career move within an organisation.

Perhaps pretending to fall in love was merely a smart career move allowing you to diversify into pasturing.

At twenty-five she had married a colonel, a career move , and divorced him three years later.

Has a colleague just made an interesting career move ?

■ VERB

follow

His strength drew her to him like a magnet, until her eyes followed his every move .

I've been following every move he's made outside the walls these last ten days.

The smaller rises from the largest two mortgage lenders will deter other societies from following the Yorkshire's move .

The reflection tries to follow every move .

make

Mr Coleridge inherits a market that has made some sensible moves to improve its competitive edge.

Most market participants were waiting for January before making new moves .

And now Cambridge United, who recently sacked controversial manager John Beck, have made the first move .

He showed his empty hands, made a move , and displayed a pair of glass earrings.

Until recently, the Tories were in power, making such a move impossible.

He was not responding to pressure on himself in making the move .

To break the impasse, he made a sudden threatening move forward.

watch

As he examined the yoyo, he could hear the child breathing beside him, watching his every move .

We don't realise that when we connect to the internet from home, some one may be watching our every move .

With his huge head, huge eyebrows, he watched our every move in the building.

Her cub followed, watching her every move .

welcome

Universities and colleges welcomed the move , seeing it as victory for their long-running campaign to reduce the inspection burden.

Wilmut said he would welcome any moves toward an international agreement to prohibit such attempts.

The international profession has welcomed the move .

They no doubt that conservation groups would welcome the move .

Local councillor Peter Shephard, who led the campaign, has welcomed the positive moves to solve the problem.

Environmentalists welcomed the move , claiming that some fishermen in Cornwall and the South-West were disguising the true extent of the problem.

The warden of Sarah's refuge has welcomed the move .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

God moves in a mysterious way/mysterious ways

a moving target

As always, this is a moving target.

At its best, Gramm-Rudman-Hollings is a game of how to master a moving target.

Duration is a moving target as rates and portfolios change, though it is already used by many managers.

Nobody hits a moving target and you can quote me.

Only the top half of her body was visible, and she resembled a moving target on a shooting gallery.

false move/step

A false step, a forgotten detail.

And marriage, I should have thought, is a false step you must have been well warned against.

Any false starts or false moves will result in error and the telltale bugs.

Leicester are the sporting equivalent of those brave landmine engineers who operate in areas where one false move can destroy everything.

No regrets, no hesitation; there were no false moves left in me.

One false move in the conduct of the attack will spell certain doom for White.

One false step and we would be down there too.

Risking a false step in the bog, she sped over the path.

go/move downmarket

The Opera House specialised in drama for nine years - and then went downmarket .

make the first move

Everybody's waiting for the other person to make the first move.

I'd always been attracted to her, but I was too shy to make the first move.

Neither side is willing to make the first move in the trade talks.

The employees made the first move to end the strike.

And in the matter of seduction itself, once more it is the male who is expected to make the first move.

And now Cambridge United, who recently sacked controversial manager John Beck, have made the first move.

He had decided to do nothing further for the present and leave it to Berowne to make the first move.

If they have upset you, perhaps they are hoping you will make the first move.

She was damned if she was going to make the first move.

Those weeks, not seeing him, wondering, too proud to make the first move.

We suggest you make the first move.

We were both trembling with desire, afraid to make the first move.

move heaven and earth

Bishop Auckland have also moved heaven and earth to improve their standing.

If you knew what I was doing you'd have moved heaven and earth to stop me.

So together we moved heaven and earth to ensure, in a difficult year, that the necessary money was made available.

We've all experienced it and most of us would move heaven and earth to avoid it.

move in/close in for the kill

move mountains

move/change/keep up with the times

Motoring: Can R-R keep up with the times ?

The pub has made no attempt to keep up with the times ... no karaoke here ... just conversation.

move/get into top gear

Accelerate smartly so that you can get into top gear as quickly as possible.

It was ready to move into top gear at very short notice.

Meanwhile Pistol Packer was getting into top gear on the stands side, and Caro and Arlequino were not done with.

move/shift the goalposts

It has been subtly shifting the goalposts of what can be done in and through art.

The answer to failure and sin is not to move the goalposts but to repent and try again.

shift/move your arse

the moving spirit

Rittall is regarded as the moving spirit behind the project.

That bull had been the moving spirit of the herd, a figure rather of mythic than of material dimension.

when/as the spirit moves you

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

His first move after taking office was to appoint four communists to his cabinet.

It's probably time to think about a move to a new job.

It's your move .

Let's face it -- going from an academic life to the world of business is never an easy move .

Planners hope to encourage the move towards increased use of public transport.

Public sector unions are likely to oppose Blair's move away from government investment in health and transport.

The move took three days.

The coach has taught the players some basic defensive moves.

The management have offered less money than we wanted so what's our next move ?

The UN's latest move to stop the fighting has ended in failure.

The United Nations was supposed to supervise the move to independence.

There is a move towards greater equality for women in the workplace.

This picture marks the move to the big screen of some of our best television comedians.

Three board members have opposed these moves.

What will his next move be?

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A move further towards the end-user is being forged by linking the chlorine, hypochlorite and electrochemical technology businesses.

He added that a statement was expected later this week on moves to secure the colliery's financial position.

He reflected that there was very rarely logic in these moves, or if there was he could not 115 understand it.

In the United States during the period we are discussing there were powerful moves for the professionalisation of sociology and social science.

It is merely that Gandhi was ready for a back-to-nature move and a passage in Ruskin crystallized his determination.

The move completed, Paige sank to the ground and rested her head back against the rising bulk of a tree.

The move was announced by Norman Lamont towards the end of his tenure of the Chancellorship.

The first 25 metres are 8a+, serving to sap strength and stamina for the harder moves to come.

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