You can't "move over" a partition that already exists on the disk without a live partition management solution. If you don't have a solution like that, you have two options to achieve your goal here:
#1: Delete the BIOS Recovery partition (using a tool like diskpart), expand the OS partition to fill the unallocated space minus
the amount required to restore that Recovery partition (using a tool like Windows Disk Management), and then restore/reclone just the Recovery partition into the leftover space.
#2: Run the entire clone again, and this time configure the desired partition sizing in the first step of the wizard. To do that, since you've already got stuff on the destination, first choose to delete all existing partitions in the destination (click each one and choose "Delete existing partition"), and then instead of just clicking "Copy selected partitions" this time, drag each source partition down into the Destination area one at a time, and after you drag one down that you want to resize as part of the clone, click "Cloned Partition Properties", adjust as desired, and THEN proceed dragging down remaining partitions.
Fyi, this article
called "Cloning a disk" from the V7 User Guide shows how to do things like this. Macrium's documentation is better than most, so it's worth checking out if you run into issues, or just to discover capabilities of the application that you might not realize are available.