emigration definition

  • noun:
    • The work of emigrating; action of someone or people away from a country or national area, for the true purpose of permanent moving of residence.
    • The work of emigrating; action of someone or persons out-of a country or national area, for the true purpose of permanent moving of residence.
    • A body of emigrants; emigrants collectively; because, the German emigration.
    • A body of emigrants; emigrants collectively; since, the German emigration.
    • The work of emigrating; treatment from a single country or state to a different, for the purpose of residence, as from Europe to The united states, or, in the us, from the Atlantic shows into Western.
    • The act of emigrating; reduction from one nation or condition to another, for the true purpose of residence, as from Europe to America, or, in America, through the Atlantic States toward west.
    • A body emigrants; emigrants collectively.
    • A body emigrants; emigrants collectively.
    • Removal from one country or region to another for the intended purpose of residence, as from European countries to America, or in one element of the usa to another.
    • treatment from 1 country or area to some other for the true purpose of residence, as from European countries to America, or in one area of the United States to some other.
    • A body of emigrants: because, the Irish emigration.
    • A going beyond or out of the accustomed destination.
    • migration from somewhere (especially migration from your native country to settle an additional)
    • A body of emigrants: since, the Irish emigration.
    • A going beyond or from the accustomed destination.
    • migration from a location (especially migration from your indigenous country in order to settle an additional)
    • The act of emigrating; motion of a person or individuals out of a country or national region, for the intended purpose of permanent moving of residence.
    • A body of emigrants; emigrants collectively; since, the German emigration.
    • The act of emigrating; reduction from 1 country or condition to a different, for the purpose of residence, as from European countries to The united states, or, in America, from Atlantic shows into west.
    • A body emigrants; emigrants collectively.
    • Elimination from a single country or area to some other for the intended purpose of residence, as from Europe to The united states, or from a single part of the United States to another.
    • A body of emigrants: because, the Irish emigration.
    • A going beyond or out of the accustomed location.
    • migration from someplace (especially migration from your own indigenous nation being settle an additional)

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