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Our friendship grew from working on the same team to having lunch when we had both moved (on - out - in), then to seeing each other outside work.

Please, tell me which one is the correct answer because it made me really confused.

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  • Moved in: started living or working in a particular place. Moved out: stopped living or working in a particular place. Moved on: changed to a new something - a home, or a job, or a relationship, or a stage of any of these.
    – Colin Fine
    Dec 20, 2020 at 22:53

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Initially they were just colleagues:

Our friendship grew from working on the same team

Then they changed jobs:

to having lunch when we had both moved on

(See 3rd example.)

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I think it's supposed to be "moved in" because the context implies they started living together.

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  • That doesn’t make sense, I would expect them to seeing each other regularly and deliberately and only then moving in together. Plus I see absolutely nothing that implies cohabitation.
    – Stephie
    Dec 20, 2020 at 22:21
  • Indeed. If the friendship only later developed to 'seeing each other outside work', they were obviously not living together. Dec 21, 2020 at 9:06

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