Verb(1) migrate to a new environment(2) introduce or send as immigrants(3) come into a new country and change residency
(1) A country surely has the right to decide who is permitted to immigrate and become a citizen of that country - that is not the issue.(2) Indeed, when they immigrate to developed countries they are often among the most creative and inventive people in their new homes.(3) Imagine you lived in a far-away country and chose to apply to immigrate to our great white chilly north.(4) In fact, we not only don't recognize the marriages; we don't allow anyone to immigrate who has been part of such a marriage.(5) Instead, many Western Samoans seek to immigrate to American Samoa.(6) It is also known that many European settlers first lived in Venezuela, only to immigrate to the United States.(7) If one does not wish to live in Korea, one should immigrate legally.(8) Following this money, more than 1 million Taiwanese have immigrated to China to live and work.(9) My parents immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh and gave birth to me soon after.(10) Belize is dotted with tiny colonies of Mennonites, most of whom immigrated in the fifties from Canada and Mexico.(11) Most farm workers descend from Africans who immigrated to Zimbabwe specifically to work on these farms.(12) Moreover, if he were finally deported, he would be permanently barred from immigrating to Australia.(13) All four of my grandparents legally immigrated to this country from Russia, Poland and France.(14) She has lived in Durham, North Carolina for six years since immigrating from Mexico City and last December gave birth to her third child, Carlos.(15) Outcasts and refugees from throughout the world have immigrated to it and flourished as they could have nowhere else.(16) Most lived in Germany for at least 10 years before immigrating to Canada, during which time they incorporated German customs and baking into their Christmas celebrations.
(1) immigrate :: 移住
1. migrate ::
2. move overseas ::
3. move abroad ::
4. relocate ::
6. defect ::
Different Formsimmigrate, immigrated, immigrates, immigrating
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He could return to India, IMMIGRATE to
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