Dictionary Suite

move out

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to leave a home or business and taking all one's things with one.
The building is going to be torn down, so we have to move out.I hoped it would be quieter after my neighbor moved out, but I was disappointed.
definition 2: to cause or help (someone) to vacate a home or business location.
Our boss found a cheaper office location so he's moving us out.I had my truck so I offered to move them out.
definition 3: (of troops) to leave for a new post.
The captain received the command to move out.
definition 4: to cause (troops) to leave for a new post.
The captain is moving us out tomorrow.