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Spanish translation of “migrate”

migrate

verb /maiˈɡreit, (American) ˈmaiɡreit/
(of certain birds and animals) to travel from one region to another at certain times of the year
migrar
Many birds migrate in the early winter.
(of people) to change one’s home to another country or (regularly) from place to place
migrar, emigrar
The Gothic peoples who overwhelmed the Roman Empire migrated from the East.
migration noun
migración
the annual migration of birds to the south.
migrant /(British and American) ˈmai-/ noun a person, bird or animal that migrates or has migrated
emigrante; ave migratoria
The swallow is a summer migrant to Britain (also adjective) migrant workers.
migratory /(British and American) ˈmaiɡrə-/ adjective
migratorio
migratory patterns.
(Definition of migrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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