Definition of move along in US English:

move along

phrasal verb

  • often in imperative Change to a new position, especially to avoid causing an obstruction.

    ‘“Move along, move along,” said the cop’
    • ‘What are you all doing here, move along! Go back to your posts!’
    • ‘Out of my way, move along, move along!’
    • ‘Move along, move along, we haven't got all day.’
    • ‘Nothing more to see here. Move along, move along.’
    • ‘‘That's right, let's move along!’ shouted Erin, leading the way towards the convention center.’