What does move out mean?

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Verb
  1. To vacate one's place of residence or employment.
  2. To leave one's present location.
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Nothing can move out of the task force without an affirmative vote of its private-sector members.
The Rajputs fought back, during which groups of people were displaced or forced to move out of desolated areas.
Instead, he had sent Afan on to rally the forces left in Nottingham to move out and meet Arthur in battle once more.
The rules are not retrospective, but it will mean people who use trusts in the future will be forced to sell up, move out, or pay the tax.
I turned to move out of the lunch with my yummy food towards the table Hyori was sitting at.
Neighborhood disorder leads honest people to move out of the neighborhood or to lock themselves in their homes.

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