Moving and Progress


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Moving adjective – Having the power to affect the feelings or sympathies.
Progress and moving are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Progress" instead the word "Moving" as a noun or a verb.
Nearby Words: move, moved, movement, mover, movable
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Progress noun – Forward movement in time or place.
Moving and progress are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Moving" instead a noun "Progress".
Nearby Words: progressive, progression, progressed, progressing, progressively
Synonyms for Progress

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  • Bringing Me To Life is the currently in-progress The Matrix Alternate Universe Slash Fic with the Rotating Protagonist of Neo and Smith as they admit to being in love, before moving in together.
  • Exact Progress Bar Many modern installers have the progress bar filled with a perpetually moving fade rather than any kind of indicative marker, for this very purpose.
  • Exact Progress Bar Instead of a real banking website, which takes just as long to process each money transfer, the computer will show a progress bar - as if the computer is actually moving individual banknotes and counting them as it does so...
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