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Get a move on

English Meaning 1

Hurry up (directive, impatient voice, when we speak English)

English Example 1

“Hasn’t Kevin gone to that meeting yet?  Can you go and tell him to get a move on or he’ll be late”

English Meaning 2

(Same as Meaning 1)

English Example 2

“Go to the shop and pick us up some more of these will you . . . and get a move on!”
(Learn English, tip: ‘pick us up’ is a quick way to say ‘pick something up for us’ or ‘get something for us’)

English Meaning 3

For a similar expression see Get a wriggle on

English Example 3

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