moving

[หˆmuหvษชล‹]

moving Definition

  • 1changing place or position
  • 2causing strong feelings of sadness or sympathy

Using moving: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "moving" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The moving truck arrived early in the morning.

  • Example

    She gave a moving speech at the funeral.

  • Example

    The movie was so moving that I cried.

  • Example

    We are in the process of moving to a new house.

moving Synonyms and Antonyms

Idioms Using moving

  • to continue doing something or going somewhere without stopping

    Example

    When hiking, it's important to keep moving to avoid getting tired.

  • move the goalposts

    to change the rules or requirements of a situation in an unfair way

    Example

    The boss keeps moving the goalposts, making it impossible to meet his expectations.

  • to do everything possible to achieve a goal

    Example

    She moved heaven and earth to get the job done on time.

Phrases with moving

  • to stop thinking about the past and start a new phase in life

    Example

    After the breakup, it was hard for her to move on.

  • the components of a system that must work together to achieve a goal

    Example

    The project has many moving parts that need to be coordinated.

  • a goal or objective that is constantly changing or difficult to achieve

    Example

    The company's sales targets are a moving target due to the unpredictable market conditions.

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Summary: moving in Brief

The adjective 'moving' [หˆmuหvษชล‹] can refer to changing place or position, as in 'We are in the process of moving to a new house,' or causing strong feelings of sadness or sympathy, as in 'She gave a moving speech at the funeral.' It can also extend into phrases like 'moving on,' and idioms like 'keep moving,' denoting persistence, and 'move heaven and earth,' implying great effort.