move aside

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move aside

1. To move to one side, especially to get out of someone or something's way. Move aside so that ambulance can get through, Tom! We all moved aside as the troops came down the hallway.
2. To cause or compel someone or something to move to one side, especially to get out of someone or something's way. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used before or after "aside." The police officers moved the people aside as the motorcade left the building. Just move those boxes aside to make room for the sofa.
See also: aside, move

move aside

to step or move out of the way. Please move aside. Could you please move aside so we can get this cart through?
See also: aside, move
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Some people at Columbia now think it would be better to move him aside," insider added.
Pedersen, who had won all five of his previous races, led with Lindgren attempting to dive into second place on the third bend and Andersen trying to move him aside.
She added: "I am looking forward to working closely with Graham Wilson - he has a great reputation around the club and in no way am I looking to move him aside from his role as commercial manager - between us we have an opportunity to really make a difference."
Robson resisted Sullivan's efforts to move him aside to follow Hancock home in heat 10, although the Panthers continued providing race winners - nine to Coventry's six - and that ultimately also took away the threat of them using a Golden Double of their own in heat 14.
All I did when I left the flat was to move him aside. I did not threaten him."
Ali said: "I did not throw Mr Ross to the floor or push him, all I did when I left the flat was to move him aside. I did not threaten him."