make a move on

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Related to make a move on: so much for, take a back seat, worse for wear, without a hitch, along the lines

make a move on (one)

To attempt to attract someone romantically. The term is usually used negatively. Ew, that guy made a move on you? He's like twice your age.
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make a move on someone

to attempt to seduce someone. Was he making a move on me? I think he was. Jed is known for making moves on young women.
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