emigrate

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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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I also recall a girl from our class who emigrated sending us things from her "new life" along with newspaper and fashion cuttings and we all real ised that they were a year or so out of date com pared to England.
He cited 102-year-old Annie Carr, originally from Sunderland, who lives in Sydney on a state pension frozen at PS6 per week when she emigrated to join her only daughter in 1970.
Foreign citizens who are at a temporary or extended stay in the country dominate among the emigrants while the number of Macedonian nationals (303) that have emigrated to the country last year, after they previously stayed in other countries, is smaller.
Some children who emigrated were sad because they left friends behind.
A German law enforcement agency specialising in politically-motivated crimes has opened an investigation intothe suspected poisoning of a former KGBintelligence agent and his historian wife who emigrated to Berlin earlier this year.
They emigrated in 1966 and Derek branched out into other forms of non-destructive testing, before forming a company with his son, HeathAir International, to provide a testing service to the aviation industry.
Now she believes that Biden's great-great-grandfather most likely emigrated from Carlingford in County Louth, on the Northern Ireland border.
He emigrated to the states from communist Hungary in 1986, where he worked at a five star hotel for partner Jozsef Szigeti.
A FORMER Birmingham man is appealing for help in tracing his family nearly 60 years after he emigrated to Australia.
Then you knew you were unlikely to ever see anyone who emigrated again.
After Farquharson retired from the game in 1935, he ran a tobacconist in Cardiff's city centre until he emigrated.
But when his family emigrated to Australia's Gold Coast his sporting life was about to take an unexpected turn.
A businessman who emigrated Down Under is appealing for North-East workers to join him ( because he says the Aussies are so lazy.
About 70 percent of France's Muslims emigrated to that country from former French colonies in North Africa.
He's a really crazy man -- like a beast,'' Helen Moon, a 53-year-old Reseda woman who emigrated from South Korea at age 21, said while working at a women's boutique on Sherman Way.