move out of (one's) way

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move out of (one's) way

1. To relocate to a position that is no longer an obstruction, impediment, or annoyance to one. I had to move quickly out of the bull's way as it came charging toward me. Sorry about that, I'll move out of your way.
2. To cause or compel someone or something to relocate to a position that is no longer an obstruction, impediment, or annoyance to one. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "move" and "out." Please move those people out of our way so we can get through with the ambulance. The company is waiting for a tow truck to come and move this car out of their way.
See also: move, of, out, way