Collins Dictionary gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use move in and move over.
(a) Move over (phrasal verb):
If you move over to a new system or way of doing something, you change to it.
Ex: We moved over to the Danish system of collecting the milk directly from the farm.
If someone moves over, they leave their job or position in order to let someone else have it.
Ex: They said Mr Jenkins should make balanced programs about the Black community or move over and let someone else who can
If you move over, you change your position in order to make room for someone else.
Ex: Move over and let me drive.
(b) Move in (phrasal verb):
When you move in somewhere, you begin to live there as your home.
Ex: Her house was in perfect order when she moved in.
If someone moves in on an area of activity which was previously only done by a particular group of people, they start becoming involved with it for the first time.
Ex: He saw an opportunity to move in on a rapidly growing business.
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