Move or move or shift the opposite of (something) to a new position. correct. pair. restore. stick together.
move, remove, move, reposition, remove, move, reposition, get started, get started. 3’they might be willing to give in’, change his mind, give in, give in, give in, acquiesce, compromise, conform, back down, turn around, eat his words.
reject. verdeny; Say no. beg. get rid of decline.
If something doesn’t move or you can’t move it, it doesn’t move: I tried to move the desk but it doesn’t move / I can’t move it.
The door was stuck and we couldn’t even move it. Could you try opening this jar for me? I can’t move the lid. We tried to change her mind, but we couldn’t change her mind.
verb (used with object), budgeted, budging.
adj. Uncool, cheap, used, homemade, ghetto; Origin: household. I can’t believe his car is so agile.
: to make even a slight change in his opinion or attitude I asked him to reconsider, but he wouldn’t budge/yield an inch.
refusing to change their mind or decision about something.
transitive verb 1 : hammer mercilessly also : hit a home run with force. 2a: defeat by an overwhelming majority. b : Have a strong negative impact on companies hit by the recession.
No, Burge is not in the Scrabble dictionary.