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emigrate

verb   /ˈem·ɪ·ɡreɪt/ ( present participle emigrating, past tense and past participle emigrated)
to leave your own country to live in a different one emigrar He emigrated to New Zealand.
(Definition of emigrate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

emigrate

verb /ˈemiɡreit/
to leave one’s country and settle in another emigrar Many doctors have emigrated from Britain to America.
emigrant noun
(a person) emigrating or having emigrated emigrante The numbers of emigrants are increasing (also adjective) emigrant doctors.
emigration noun
emigración
(Definition of emigrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “emigrate”
in Korean 이민을떠나다…
in Arabic يُهاجِر…
in Malaysian hijrah…
in French émigrer…
in Russian эмигрировать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移居外國, 移民…
in Italian emigrare…
in Turkish göç etmek…
in Polish emigrować…
in Vietnamese di cư…
in Portuguese emigrar…
in Thai อพยพ…
in German auswandern…
in Catalan emigrar…
in Japanese ~が(他国に)移民する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 移居外国, 移民…
in Indonesian beremigrasi…
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