Quick answer
"Mueve" is a form of "mover", a transitive verb which is often translated as "to move". "Debajo" is an adverb which is often translated as "underneath". Learn more about the difference between "debajo" and "mueve" below.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (below)
a. underneath
Antes de poner la carne en la parrilla, pon un plato debajo para colectar el aceite.Before you put the meat on the grill, put a dish underneath to catch the grease.
b. beneath
El océano es grande y nadie sabe lo que hay debajo.The ocean is vast and nobody knows what lies beneath.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to change position of)
a. to move
Necesitamos mover la mesa al otro lado del salón.We need to move the table to the other side of the room.
2. (to move from side to side)
a. to shake
Mueve la cabeza para mostrar su descontento.He shakes his head to show his dissatisfaction.
b. to move
El péndulo seguirá moviendo hasta que alguien lo pare.The pendulum will keep moving until someone stops it.
c. to wag
El perro feliz mueve la cola cuando ve a su dueño.The happy dog wags its tail when it sees its owner.
3. (to control)
a. to drive
El general está a cargo de mover esta operación.The general is in charge of driving this operation.
4. (to mix)
a. to stir
Hay que mover los ingredientes para combinar los sabores.You have to stir the ingredients to combine the flavors.
A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
5. (to move forward)
a. to move on
Sugiero que nos movamos a otro tema de conversación.I suggest that we move on to another topic of conversation.
6. (to set in motion)
a. to get going
Si nos movemos ahora, podemos llegar a tiempo.If we get going now, we can arrive on time.
7. (to get out of the way)
a. to move
¡Muévete! Estás bloqueando la vista.Move! You're blocking the view.
8. (to dance)
a. to move
Cuando baila, ella se mueve como bailarina del vientre.When she dances, she moves like a belly dancer.
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