move on someone

move on

1. To proceed away from a particular place or area. Move on, guys—there's nothing to see here.
2. To force or cause someone or something to proceed from a particular place or area. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "move" and "on." Move those guys on—they're just getting in the way here.
3. To stop focusing on someone or something in order to progress with other tasks or one's life. We don't have a lot of time left, so let's move on to the last items on the agenda. I hear my ex-boyfriend is dating again. I guess he's really moved on.
4. To take action on something. I'll move on that issue when it becomes more urgent.
5. To advance on someone with romantic interest. Are you trying to move on my girlfriend? Why are you always flirting with her?
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move on someone

in. to attempt to pick up someone; to attempt to seduce someone. (Collegiate.) Don’t try to move on my date, old chum.
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