make (one's) move(redirected from make one's move)
make (one's) move
To take a decisive action intended to achieve one's goal or start the process of achieving it. Lisa really seems like she likes you, dude—now's the time to make your move! Greg told me that he intends to make his move to get the boss's attention at this meeting, so I'm curious to see what he has planned.
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