1. to move in
we are going to move in soon
She moved into his house. We were supposed to move in together.
English word "einziehen"(to move in) occurs in sets:irregular verbs
I collect postcards.
First, we will present a petition to the mayor and collect signatures.
If time were reversed, raindrops would collect themselves from the ground and fly up to the clouds.
The three animals tried to help the old man, the monkey using its ability to climb to collect fruit and nuts, and the fox catching fish in the stream to bring to him.
Oh, it's a lot more, Dima smiled. "But actually, this is a collect call. So you're the noob, 'cause you're paying."
Researchers found that subjects could collect double the amount of money for charity when they were wearing clothes with designer logos.
From all that I can collect by your manner of talking, you must be two of the silliest girls in the country. I have suspected it some time, but I am now convinced.
This is a collect call from Mr Nakamura in Osaka. Will you accept the charge?
The telethon is a French TV program organized every year to collect funds in order to finance medical research.
But you know, it would be sad to collect all these sentences, and keep them for ourselves. Because there's so much you can do with them. Which is why Tatoeba is open. Our source code is open. Our data is open.
An exploratory investigation was required to collect important data regarding the health of the ecosystem.
After 25 years of collecting recipes, she has compiled them into a cookbook.
Our class collected clothes and toys to give to poor children
Tom collects unusual objects since his childhood