emigrate to (some place)

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emigrate to (some place)

To leave one country to live in another. My great-grandparents emigrated to the US when they were just kids.
See also: emigrate
References in classic literature ?
"That Tartuffe has emigrated to England and opened a shop."
To these holes they come for breath; when the birds, driven away by the cold, have emigrated to the north, these sea mammals remain sole masters of the polar continent.
He was born on an Iowa farm, and his father had emigrated to eastern Oregon, in which mining country Elam's boyhood was lived.
In 2017, just over 3 million people emigrated from an EU Member State, including those who emigrated to another EU Member State, as well as to a non-EU country whose number increased by 12% from 2013.
Edith emigrated to Le Pas, Manitoba, Canada and married Henry M.
your letters to: Reunited, The Chronicle, Groat Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1ED I SHOULD be pleased to hear from any member of the Mooney family, who lived at Rogerson Terrace, Westerhope in the 1960s, and in particular the daughter, Kathleen (Katy), who emigrated to Australia about 1970/71.
However, if I go back in time to the 1960s, half of England was cleared out of people who emigrated to the colonies.
Jean, 67, from Calgary, who emigrated to Canada with ex-husband Duncan Hollows in 1973, said: "Governments in Commonwealth countries are look-k ing after these people as they are getting older and poorer and poorer by the year because their pensions have been frozen.
Nigel emigrated to Australia a few years ago to further his sporting career and returned to Yorkshire last year.
And the Gaoth Dobhair man said even if he did return, most of his friends have emigrated to Australia.
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.
LIFE-CHANGING: she emigrated to Canada on board the Canadian Many children emigrated with their parents, travelling thousands of miles to unfamiliar new places that became home.
Summary: Former KGB agent and wife who emigrated to Berlin say Russian agents poisoned them with mercury during European travels.
AFORMER Coventry couple who emigrated to Canada have recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.