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move in for


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Term: move in for


* Move in for refers to the action of getting closer to someone or something, often with the intention of attacking, confronting, or engaging with them.

Sample Sentences:

1. Verb (phrasal verb): The lion silently moved in for its prey, ready for a swift attack.

2. Verb (phrasal verb): The boxer moved in for a powerful punch, aiming for his opponent's jaw.

3. Verb (phrasal verb): As the protesters moved in for a demonstration, the police formed a barricade.

4. Verb (phrasal verb): John moved in for a hug after not seeing his best friend for months.

5. Verb (phrasal verb): The detective decided to move in for an interrogation to get the truth out of the suspect.

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