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emigrate

(from some place)( to some place) to move away from a foreign land to a new land. My family emigrated from England to this country over two centuries ago. They emigrated to this country from England.
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KEVIN KELBIE will only leave Ballymena if he emigrates - that's the frank assessment of new Braid boss Roy Walker after Linfield had two bids rejected for the striker.
Walker said: "The only way Kevin Kelbie will not start the new season at Ballymena United is if he emigrates.
The fact-based tale tells the story of Mairin Houlihan who emigrates to the colony in 1869 after her former employer sacks her after she is wrongly accused of stealing.
She heard stories about an agency set up by the British government in Victorian times to encourage single women to emigrate - as it was mainly men moving to the antipodes at the time.
She said: "In New Zealand in the 19th century it was mainly men emigrating to be sheep farmers and so the government set up an agency to encourage women to emigrate.
Grandsons (1935) relates the saga of a Slovenian family that emigrates to America.