|Origin:||bouger, from Latin bullire; BOIL1|
budge [intransitive,transitive usually in negatives]
to move, or to make someone or something move:
She leaned on the door, but it wouldn't budge.
Will hasn't budged from his room all day.
The horse refused to budge an inch.
to change your opinion, or to make someone change their opinion:
The government has refused to budge.
He won't budge on the issue.
Treacy refuses to budge from his principles.