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move in ... circles/society/world

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmove in ... circles/society/worldmove in ... circles/society/worldSOCIALIZEto spend a lot of time with a particular type of people and know them well She spent time in England, where she moved in high society. move
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move in ... circles/society/worldAs if they would move in the same circles.It was a pleasing thought, that I might soon be moving in more exalted circles.We move in the same circles.Tanya insists on moving in many circles and, above all, on thinking for herself.He moved in exalted circles - and was ambitious for greater things.I thought I could move in the world of all possible lights, and breathe, breathe, breathe.ACCORDING to acquaintances who move in the twilight world of Private Eye, the satirical magazine is hoping for a Conservative victory.In the 1980s there has been a general move in museum education circles towards active learning experiences on site.
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