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 can be used between "move" and "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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"And if the new group doesn't buy into what he' saying, then as a new manager, you move them aside. I think experience will be important.
In response Lieberman has his goons move them aside by force.
Screens also make gutter cleaning more difficult, because you have to move them aside to get at the debris.
This means cutting branches and limbs without touching them, letting them drop right to the ground, or wearing clean gloves to move them aside. I have gone so far as to drag cut brush completely away from an area, tossing it into creeks or rivers when possible.
Some of them are experienced and have reasonably high profiles but if I was in charge I'd move them aside and bring in younger players.