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migrate from (some place or sth) to (some place or sth else)

1. To relocate from a particular location or region to a different one, especially temporarily as based on the seasons. (Sometimes only used as "migrate from (some place)" or "migrate to (some place)," rather than using the whole phrase.) This part of Florida is notoriously full of retired couples who migrate from the colder states to our always-sunny beaches during the winter. It's the first time a team has been able to observe the whales' full route as they migrate from warmer regions to the cooler water in the north Atlantic during the summer.
2. To stop using a particular platform, service, business model, operating system, etc., and adopt a different one. Please ensure all employees have migrated from the previous operating system version to the new one to avoid any security breaches. Our smartphone app is migrating from a once-off, single-payment model to a free-to-play model with microtransactions.
See also: migrate, place, sth
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Thousands of millionaires are migrating from London and moving to UAE, other areas.
Targeting customers migrating from an existing SAP ERP system to SAP S/4HANA, this service provides comprehensive support from migration preparations to post-migration verification.
According to a survey conducted by Egyptian birders for flocks of birds migrating from Europe to Africa, statistics spotted that Seagull flocks, amongst other species, migrating to Egypt to dwell the Red Sea islands outnumbered about 6,500 birds.
In 13 chapters, librarians from US universities describe the migration and planning process; formats used in migrations, technical challenges presented by data, and methods for cleaning, correcting, and modifying exported data; tools used for migrating data by staff without programming skills; working with MARC data and analysis, cleaning, reclamation, and data structuring tasks using MarcEdit; migrating bibliographic and item data, acquisitions data, serials data, electronic resources, and institutional repositories and digital collections; authentication and migrating patron data; migrating from individually maintained to shared systems; deciding what to delegate to vendors when migrating digital libraries; and testing and putting the final system into full production.
(2003) Neural development of the neuregulin receptor ErbB4 in the cerebral cortex and the hippocampus: preferential expression by interneurons tangentially migrating from the ganglionic eminences.
CMT for Exchange is the most comprehensive software available for migrating from IBM Notes and Domino to Microsoft Exchange Server and Office 365.
For anyone involved in migrating from one CRM system to another, the data migration is an essential part of the transition.
Those migrating from poor countries may find the universal education offered in the United States a really golden opportunity.
While plastic food wrap hasn't been approved by the FDA for use in microwave ovens, says Paquette, "as long as the wrap doesn't touch the food while it's cooking, there's little chance of any chemicals migrating from the wrap into the food."
One of the biggest challenges laboratory information management system (LIMS) administrators and IT professionals encounter is the daunting task of migrating from one LIMS to another.
Over a period of 36 to 48 hours, the dye unveiled a contingent of human neurons that were migrating from a spot on the telencephalon to a destination on the thalamus.
This is an excellent locale in which to explore the relationships among race, color, and migration since Chicago was the primary destination for African-Americans migrating from the American South, as well as the home for one of the major national voices for this community, the Chicago Defender.