English to Polish Meaning :: emigrate

Emigrate :
wyemigrować
wyemigrować, emigrować, przeprowadzać się, pomagać wyemigrować - wyemigrowaćwyemigrowaćwyemigrowałemigrujeemigrują
 
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Verb(1) leave one's country of residence for a new one

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(1) Many citizens with higher education were trained abroad and they often emigrate permanently.(2) On emigrating to the US,he was actively involved in sporting organisations in the Big Apple.(3) This is good news for the town, which had lost so much of its population through emigration over the years.(4) He arrived in Chippenham in 1963 at the age of 20, after emigrating from Foggio in Southern Italy.(5) Even the postcolonial government organized the emigration of its citizens to Europe and elsewhere.(6) So far as I can ascertain he never returned to Ireland after emigrating in 1873.(7) The sale of fields, followed by the sale of the farm itself, and William's emigration to the USA suddenly made sense.(8) The demise of our fishing industry in recent years has resulted in constant high unemployment and emigration from our islands.(9) In the late 1800s east European Jews emigrating to the USA brought the bagel with them.(10) In his early years, he emigrated to Leeds and after some years married and settled there.(11) First, skilled workers are legally emigrating , temporarily or permanently, to rich countries.(12) Herschel settled in the area after emigrating from Germany.(13) Prior to emigrating to England in the 1950s, Martin worked on the family farm.(14) They collaborated on three plays and a travel book before emigrating to America together in January 1939.(15) Their reasons for emigrating in the first place were mostly economic and the tales of fortunes to be made abroad spurred them on.(16) Tens of thousands sought emigration abroad every year in the years immediately following the crackdown.
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(1) emigrate ::
wyemigrować
Synonyms
Verb
1. move abroad ::
przenieść za granicę
2. move overseas ::
przenieść za granicę
3. leave one's country ::
opuszczenia własnego kraju
4. migrate ::
migrować
5. relocate ::
przenieść się
6. defect ::
wada
Different Forms
emigrate, emigrated, emigrates, emigrating
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