relocate

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to change one's domicile or place of business

Alfred relocated to Colorado Springs to take advantage of the boom in the defense industry.

to move (something) from one place to another

We had to relocate the magazine rack because we bruised our shins on it too frequently when it was near the door.

become established in a new location; "Our company relocated to the Midwest
move or establish in a new location; "We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high"
to change ones domicile or place of business
become established in a new location; "Our company relocated to the Midwest"
If people or businesses relocate or if someone relocates them, they move to a different place. If the company was to relocate, most employees would move There will be the problem of where to relocate the returning troops + relocation relocations re·lo·ca·tion The company says the cost of relocation will be negligible. if a person or business relocates, or if they are relocated, they move to a different place relocate to
To locate again
{f} move to a different apartment; move to a different place; change the location of something
move or establish in a new location; "We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high" become established in a new location; "Our company relocated to the Midwest
relocatable
That functions identically at any address in memory
relocatable
Movable, but not functional/usable while being transported
relocation
The act of moving from one place to another
Relocating
Known also as passing over-this expression refers to physical death
relocatable
Functions identically at any address in memory
relocatable
of a device or person: Movable, but not functional/usable while being transported
relocated
past of relocate
relocated
A term used in an advisory to indicate that a vector drawn from the preceding advisory position to the latest known position is not necessarily a reasonable representation of the cyclone's movement
relocated
A term used in an advisory to indicate that a vector drawn from the preceding advisory position to the latest know position is not necessarily a reasonable representation of the cyclone's movement
relocated
settled in a new location
relocates
Third person singular simple present of to relocate
relocating
present participle of relocate
relocation
Student is removed from their current residence hall or apartment and moved to another residence hall or apartment If student is relocated he or she is usually banned from the current hall or apartment
relocation
{i} act of changing locations; transferral to a different place, act of moving to a new place
relocation
the transportation of people (as a family or colony) to a new settlement (as after an upheaval of some kind)
relocation
The moving of a new staff member and family from overseas, interstate or intrastate
relocation
When a vehicle is moved from one state to another with no change of ownership
relocation
Temporary or permanent removal of a population or community in response to an emergency or disaster A protective action in which persons are asked to vacate a contaminated area to avoid chronic exposure from deposited contamination Relocation is distinguished from evacuation in that during an emergency, the potential for a release exists; in contrast, during the relocation phase, there is no passing plume
relocation
Euphemism for the imprisonment/incarceration of Japanese Americans in concentration camps within the interior of the country
relocation
Besides the earlier "evacuation" in 1942, this term also includes the forced removal and movement of Japanese Canadians at the end of the war with Japan in 1945 As documented in a Department of Labour order Japanese who were loyal to Canada were expected to prove their loyalty by moving "East of the Rocky Mountains" This order was given in concert with an offer of repatriation to Japan in 1945-46 In practical terms Japanese were pressured to leave BC
relocation
A second location
relocation
The process of moving species from an area destined for destruction and/or development It often has negative effects both on relocated and resident species, causing increased stress, the spread of disease, overpopulation, and increased competition for resources
relocation
The process of revising code and data addresses in relocatable object code This occurs when the linker must combine object files to create an executable program It also occurs when the dynamic loader loads a shared library into a process's address space
relocation
Renewal of a lease
relocation
The relocation of an employee to a new official station or post of duty for permanent duty Also called permanent change of station (PCS)
relocation
The process of fixing up a module in memory before execution
relocation
the act of changing your residence or place of business; "they say that three moves equal one fire"
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