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Verb: move in
  1. Occupy a place
    "The crowds are moving in"
  2. Of trains; move into (a station)
    - pull in, get in, draw in
  3. Move into a new house or office

Derived forms: moved in, moving in, moves in

See also: move into

Type of: arrive, come, get, lodge in, move, occupy, reside, up sticks [Brit, informal]

Antonym: move out