move into (some place)

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move into (some place)

To move one's things into a particular location so as to make it one's new residence or place of business. I heard Janet and Sarah are moving into a house together. I bet it won't be long before they get married! Now that the company is hiring a few more people, we decided to move into a bigger office.
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move someone or something into something

 and move someone or something in
to cause someone or something to enter something or some place. We moved Carla into the spare room. We found a vacant room and moved in the piano.
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Only a handful of companies in North America specialize in this type of work, with most bridge scaffolding projects being very labour intensive with large crews putting up and taking down entire sections as the platform is moved into place, says Watts.
At 3:20 p.m., a dry cold front moved into the fire area.