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emigrantnoun [C]

 us   /ˈem·ɪ·ɡrənt/
social studies a ​person who ​leaves a ​countrypermanently to ​live in another one
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emigrantnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈemɪɡrənt/
someone who ​leaves their country in ​order to ​live permanently in another country: For a ​growingnumber of the world's emigrants, China - not the United ​States - is the ​land where ​opportunities are ​endless.
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Translations of “emigrant”
in Arabic مُهاجِر…
in Korean 이주민, 이민자…
in Portuguese emigrante…
in Catalan emigrant…
in Japanese (他国への)移民…
in Chinese (Simplified) (移居国外的)移民…
in Turkish göçmen…
in Russian эмигрант…
in Chinese (Traditional) (移居國外的)移民…
in Italian emigrante, emigrato…
in Polish emigrant/ka…
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