(go/move) out to (a place)

When people talk about going or moving somewhere far away to the east or west (but not overseas), they sometimes say "go out to ___" or "move out to ___".

I heard that she moved out to Oklahoma.

When you want to talk about someone going overseas, "go over to ___" is usually better. When someone goes to the north or south, "go up to ___" or "go down to ___" are common.

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