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relocate (someone or something) in (something or some place)

To establish a new location some place or inside of something for someone or something. They said they were liquidating our European office, but that they might be able to relocate us in their various offices in North America. I relocated my company in Switzerland for tax reasons. The insurance company offered to relocate me and my family in a hotel while the house was being repaired.
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relocate someone or something in something

to reposition or move someone or something in or at something. I will have to relocate you in a different office. Can I relocate the copy machine in the other room?
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2) the original notice of intent to relocate and all notices of updated relocation information previously served; and
Moet Hennessy USA will relocate to a distinctive building and a 24/7 vibrant neighborhood," said Mr.
Deletes text that is obsolete or duplicative of FAR policy; and relocates procedures for documenting reasons for use of other than full and open competition to PGI.
Deletes obsolete text pertaining to Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty inspections; deletes unnecessary first article testing and approval requirements; and relocates procedures for requesting pre-award surveys and obtaining approval for product qualification requirements to PGI.
Verizon will relocate other portions of its offices located at 1095 Ave.
Neurosurgeons of New York will relocate from 222 Westchester Avenue in White Plains and will occupy 10,925 sf;
The new tenants at Plaza 10 include Park Avenue Capital, which will relocate from Manhattan's Park Avenue at 57th Street (leased 3,500 square feet); Unigestion Ltd.
Stern & Montana will relocate its corporate law office to the 20th and 21st floors of the building from 295 Madison Avenue, in a significant expansion from 8,000 square feet of space.