To assign to a lower position; reduce in rank; SYN. bump, relegate, break, kick downstairs.
1. To move out of position; SYN. splay, slip.
2. To put out of its usual place, position, or relationship; SYN. displace.
1. To strip of furniture and equipments, guns, etc.; to unrig; to strip of walls or outworks; to break down.
2. To strip of coverings or clothes.
3. To disable; to render useless.
1. To force to move; SYN. force out.
2. To move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment; SYN. uproot, deracinate.
3. To take the place of.
1. To locate again.
2. To move to another city, often at the request of one's employer.
1. To move from one setting or context to another
2. To change place or direction; SYN. dislodge, reposition.
3. To change in quality
1. To move from one place to another, as of information; SYN. transmit.
2. To transfer from one place or period to another; SYN. transpose, transplant.
3. To move around; SYN. shift.
4. To transfer somebody to a different position or location of work; SYN. reassign.
5. To change from one vehicle or transportation line to another; SYN. change.
6. To cause to change ownership
1. To render into another language; SYN. interpret.
2. To change from one form or medium into another; SYN. transform.
3. To change the position of (figures or bodies) in space without rotation, in mathematics.
4. To bring to a certain spiritual state.
5. To be translatable, or be translatable in a certain way
1. To change key, of musical compositions.
2. To put (a piece of music) into another key.
1. To reverse, as the order of the letters h and t in hte, in correcting the spelling of the; or reversing two wires in a circuit.
2. In mathematics and spreadsheets, to rotate a matrix (a rectangular array of numbers) about a diagonal axis.
Naredba u mnogim programima pomoću koje možete da premeštate objekte ili tekst sa jednog mesta na drugo.
A command or an instruction to transfer information from one location to another. Depending on the operation involved, a move can affect data in a computer’s memory or it can affect text or a graphical image in a data file. In programming, for example, a move instruction might transfer a single value from one memory location to another. In applications, on the other hand, a move command might relocate a paragraph of text or all or part of a graphic from one place in a document to another. Unlike a copy procedure, which duplicates information, a move indicates that information either is or can be deleted from its original location. Compare copy.