Synonyms for migrate
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English Synonyms and Antonyms3.7 / 6 votes
To migrate is to change one's dwelling-place, usually with the idea of repeated change, or of periodical return; it applies to wandering tribes of men, and to many birds and animals. Emigrate and immigrate carry the idea of a permanent change of residence to some other country or some distant region; the two words are used distinctively of human beings, and apply to the same person and the same act, according to the side from which the action is viewed.
A person emigrates from the land he leaves, and immigrates to the land where he takes up his abode.
Princeton's WordNet3.0 / 5 votes
move from one country or region to another and settle there
"Many Germans migrated to South America in the mid-19th century"; "This tribe transmigrated many times over the centuries"
move periodically or seasonally
"birds migrate in the Winter"; "The workers migrate to where the crops need harvesting"
Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes
change residence (from one country to another)
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Birds that migrate do occasionally do crazy things: go in the wrong direction, go too far, migrate at the wrong time of year, stuff like that.
Grasshoppers don’t plant.” They migrate after consuming everything that belongs to the other.
The hilsa fish by nature keeps away from rough waters, so when cyclones occur, groups of these fish migrate to safer areas, including the Brahmaputra.
As those muscles migrate, it dramatically decreases the integrity of your core— especially in the front.
Piebaldism is actually a disease, it's caused by cells in the early embryo failing to migrate correctly.... failing to get to the right place. The cells which we're interested in, that cause piebaldism, are called melanocytes and they're responsible for pigmentation of hair and of the skin. These cells start at the back of the embryo and they try to migrate round through the skin and cover the whole of the( embryo's) skin. When they fail to do that properly you tend to get regions of skin or hair which are lacking in pigment, often regions at the front of an animal. This is common in cats...... tuxedo cats, and it's also common in horses and pigs and even in humans.
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