Move out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To move out is to leave a place and take all your furniture and other possessions with you.

Examples of use:

1. We’re moving out on Sunday.

2. The lease on my flat expires at the end of the month and I have to move out.

3. Sarah has bought a new house and she is moving out of her old place today.

move out
present simple
move out and moves out
-ing form
moving out
past simple
moved out
past participle
moved out

See also, move in and sell up

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