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Synonyms for emigrate

move abroad


Synonyms for emigrate

to leave one's native land and settle in another

Antonyms for emigrate

leave one's country of residence for a new one

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A survey released by the Chinese University of Hong Kong in October 2017 showed that about 33 percent of Hong Kong's people were considering emigrating, with Taiwan the third favorite destination (chosen by 12.
ie found more than 80% of those surveyed intend on emigrating for at least three years with over 62% intending to stay away for at least four years.
Deputy Health Minister Reza Malekzadeh said the main cause of young people emigrating from Iran is the paucity of research labs where they can pursue their scientific interests.
1 million Britons would consider emigrating to have a home of their own.
This has always been the case and ppeople who are considering emigrating abroad should always consider the impact the move could have on their future State Pension entitlement.
The survey of British parents who have more than GBP100,000 of investible assets showed that 45% who have children under 18 would consider emigrating and say that their family is the motivation behind this decision.
The survey suggested that people wanted to be closer to home and family, even though they are emigrating.
He played for Halifax Rugby League Club from 1981 to 1985 and had a season with Huddersfield before emigrating to play football for Balga in Australia.
ICONIC British pubs top the list of what the UK public would miss if they were emigrating from the UK.
The most significant difference between the current group of emigration and previous emigrants is that the masses are now emigrating by investment," Wang Huiyao, the director of the Center for China & Globalization, said in an interview with (http://www.
The Aussie superstar can trace his family roots to the town where grandfather, John Crowe, ran a grocer's before emigrating to New Zealand in the mid-1920s.
He said another ambitious project discussed during the HoMs meeting was the eMigrate project, which will help put in place a databank on Indians emigrating.
The ministry of overseas Indian affairs will be launching ' eMigrate' project and integrating it with the e- passport system of the ministry of external affairs along with immigration and visa and foreigners registration and tracking scheme of the home ministry to put in place a data bank on Indians emigrating for jobs.
MY son, a plasterer, is emigrating to Australia later this month.
The data from the State Statistical Office show that each year from the period of 2006 - 2010, the number of persons that immigrate to Macedonia is bigger than the number of people emigrating.