move to

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Definition of move to 

1 : to cause (someone) to feel (an emotion and especially sadness or sympathy) He's not easily moved to anger.

2 : to cause (someone) to act or think in a specified way The report moved me to change my mind. His arguments moved them to reconsider the plan. I felt moved to speak.

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