on the move

on the move  {adj.} or  {adv. phr.}
1. Moving around from place to place; in motion.
It was a very cold day, and the teacher watching the playground kept on the move to stay warm.
It was vacation time, and the highways were full of families on the move.
2. Moving forward; going somewhere.
The candidate promised that if people would make him president, he would get the country on the move.
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