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British pronunciation/mˈuːv ˈʌp/
American pronunciation/mˈuːv ˈʌp/
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to be promoted to a better position or job in life

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to move up definition and meaning
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to move to a higher place

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to move up definition and meaning
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to be elevated or moved to a higher place

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to allow a student to go to a higher level or class within an educational system

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3.1

to pass to a higher level or class within an educational system, often based on academic performance or progress

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The school's policy ensures that students who meet the criteria will move up seamlessly to the appropriate grade level.
Students who consistently perform well academically have the opportunity to move up at the end of each school year
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to reschedule an event or activity to occur at an earlier date or time than originally planned

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to move closer to someone or something in order to create more space or make room for others

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Last year, he moved up from an entry-level position to a senior role in the organization.
Employees often aim to move up within a company to enhance their careers.
She has often inspired others to move up by setting ambitious career goals and working towards them.
Tomorrow, during the interview, candidates will discuss how they plan to move up within the company.
The climbers moved up the mountainside all day long.
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