Definition of move aside in English:

move aside

phrasal verb

(also move over)
  • Relinquish a job or leading position through being superseded by someone or something else.

    ‘it's time for the film establishment to move aside and make way for a new generation’
    • ‘People very often don't get what they deserve and he will now either move aside or be pushed aside.’
    • ‘Bo Outlaw, who started at small forward last season, is moving over to make room for Grant Hill.’
    • ‘We will soon all be doctors; you better move over and make room for us.’
    • ‘We are happy to move over and make room on this list for other colleges and universities as we all work toward bridging the digital divide.’
    • ‘The old must move over to make room for the young, that is natures way.’