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immigrant

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪmɪɡrənt/
a person who has come to a country that is not their own in order to live there permanently: legal/illegal/undocumented immigrant Arizona employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants face suspension of their business license.immigrant to ... The majority of recent immigrants to the US are from Mexico and Central America. →  Compare emigrant
Translations of “immigrant”
in Arabic مُهاجِر…
in Korean 이민자…
in Malaysian pendatang…
in French immigrant/-ante…
in Turkish göçmen, muhacir…
in Italian immigrato, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) (外來的)移民…
in Russian иммигрант…
in Polish imigrant/ka…
in Vietnamese nhập cư…
in Spanish inmigrante…
in Portuguese imigrante…
in Thai ผู้อพยพ…
in German der Einwanderer/die Einwanderin…
in Catalan immigrant…
in Japanese (外国からの)移民…
in Indonesian imigran…
in Chinese (Simplified) (外来的)移民…
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