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Definition of Emigrate


  1. To remove from one country or State to another, for the purpose of residence; to migrate from home.
  2. Migratory; roving.

Emigrate Quotations

My grandmother flew only once in her life, and that was the day she and her new husband ascended into the skies of Victorian London in the wicker basket of a hot-air balloon. They were soon to emigrate to Canada, and the aerial ride was meant to be a last view of their beloved England.
Alan Bradley

Peru is a country where more than half the people would emigrate if given the chance. That's half the population that is willing to abandon everything they know for the uncertainty of a life in a foreign land, in another language.
Daniel Alarcon

As Oscar Wilde should have said, when bad ideas have nowhere else to go, they emigrate to America and become university courses.
Frederic Raphael

A lot of Polish and Russian Jews had this experience: they would emigrate, thinking they were on their way to New York. Then their captains would stop in Dublin and say, 'Everybody off.' They would leave, and by the time they discovered they weren't in America, they didn't have enough money to continue.
Rosemary Mahoney

It is to be feared that those who emigrate to New South Wales, generally anticipate too great facility in their future operations and certainty of success in conducting them; but they should recollect that competency cannot be obtained without labour.
Charles Sturt
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Emigrate Translations

emigrate in Afrikaans is emigreer
emigrate in Dutch is uittrekken, emigreren, uitwijken
emigrate in German is auswandern
emigrate in Italian is espatriare
emigrate in Norwegian is utvandre
emigrate in Spanish is emigrar, emigrarse
emigrate in Swedish is emigrera, utvandra
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