||move a little, move to the next chair, make room
||I asked him if he would move over so I could sit beside him.
|move you to tears
||cause you to feel sadness or sympathy, touch you
||The songs in Gorecki's Third Symphony will move you to tears.
|move your ass
||move quickly, get going, move it
||If you want to ride on the train, you better move your ass.
It's leaving now.
|movers and shakers
||owners, investors, wheeler-dealer
||We invited all the big investors: the movers and shakers.
||very thankful, very grateful, thanks a million
||"You can stay with us until your wounds heal," she said. "Much obliged, Ma'am," I replied.
||gossip, tell bad stories
||If you talk about your opponent, try to avoid muckraking.
||insult people, criticize other candidates
||The Liberal leader lost my vote when he began mudslinging.
||stopped and robbed, held up by robbers (see hold up)
||If you walk down Cordova Street at night, you could get mugged.
||think about, consider, think it over
||I've been mulling over what you said about love. I believe it's more spiritual than physical.
|mum's the word
||do not tell anyone, this is on the QT
||She told us the secret. Then she whispered, "Mum's the word."