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move back

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to move in a reverse direction.
The museum guard told the patron to move back from the painting.The police told the crowd to move back.
definition 2: to cause (someone or something) to move in a reverse direction.
We moved back the chairs so we had more space to play our game.The security guards moved back the onlookers.
definition 3: to return oneself and one's possessions to a previous place of residence or business.
Because of their mother's new job, they are moving back to California.
definition 4: to return (something) to its previous position.
She moved all the plants so she could dust the table, and then she moved them all back.