Definition of migrate
- (of ions) to move toward an electrode during electrolysis.
- (of atoms within a molecule) to change position.
Origin of migrate
synonym study for migrate
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How to use migrate in a sentence
It’s the fact that people have migrated to very few platforms because it makes sense to go where your friends and family are.Twenty-Six Words Created the Internet. What Will It Take to Save It?|Stephen Engelberg|February 9, 2021|ProPublica
As rock, pop, country and other formats migrated to FM, AM stations faced an existential crisis.Rush Limbaugh is ailing. And so is the conservative talk radio industry.|Paul Farhi|February 9, 2021|Washington Post
Two generations after Van Gogh heralded the South’s clear light and brilliant colors, artists began to migrate after World War I to the “perched villages” of the Riviera’s hills above Nice.An art lover’s Impressionist video trip to Provence and the Riviera|Nancy Nathan|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Kling was 17 when she moved to Maryland, the first in her family to migrate to the United States.
Because the change is happening to both match types, there’s no need to migrate keywords and advertisers will get to keep their performance data.Google expands phrase match to include broad match modifier traffic|George Nguyen|February 4, 2021|Search Engine Land
While politics tend to migrate toward the poles, humanity—and fiction, at its best—huddles in between.
These agricultural pests migrate in mid-summer to the Rocky Mountains from Kansas and Nebraska to beat the heat.
Some, like the Ait Atta nomads, still migrate throughout the year.
Some species of animals and plants would migrate to different zones or disappear for ever.Margaret Thatcher Sounded the Alarm on Climate Change|David Frum|April 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Is it worth it to migrate to Las Vegas, which is said to be welcoming with open arms?Porn Star James Deen Speaks Out Against California’s Measure B|Tricia Romano|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They are able to migrate readily from place to place and to ingest small bodies, as bacteria.
These migrate to the salivary glands, and are carried into the blood of the person whom the mosquito bites.
The Baz men are hereditary builders, and migrate in a body to Mosul in winter in order to undertake such work.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
Even in your day the more intelligent among the agricultural labourers were beginning to migrate to the towns.The Romance of His Life|Mary Cholmondeley
They migrate from place to place, as the season varies, plant very little, and are addicted to the use of ardent spirits.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft