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move aside


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Move Aside


To physically step out of the way or make room for someone or something.

Example Sentence: Please move aside so that others can pass through.


To divert one's attention or focus away from a specific topic or issue.

Example Sentence: Let's move aside from the controversial debate and discuss a more practical solution.


To make way or give priority to someone or something else.

Example Sentence: The boss asked everyone to move aside for the CEO's arrival.


A gesture or action that indicates the intention to let someone pass or to create space.

Example Sentence: The biker gave a friendly move-aside wave as he zoomed past the pedestrians.

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