verb (used without object), mi·grat·ed, mi·grat·ing.
- (of ions) to move toward an electrode during electrolysis.
- (of atoms within a molecule) to change position.
Origin of migrate
Examples from the Web for migrated
There were also the fleshy remains of the seniors who migrated to Florida from all points north.Powerful Congressman Writes About ‘Fleshy Breasts’|Asawin Suebsaeng|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The increasingly vicious debate has since migrated into newspaper columns and TV.
Some, like Pete, who McKell has become quite close with, have migrated to and from other types of nomadic communities.
Those who migrated to Asia were also indulging in art at the same time, possibly earlier.
A few years after his first guitar-shop venture, he migrated to just outside Savannah, and launched Randy Wood Guitars.
Could such as these have migrated from the Asiatic plateaus?The Story of Ab|Stanley Waterloo
Now, whether they migrated to the north from the tropics, or journeyed south from the north, I cannot say.Mound-Builders|William J. Smyth
They were married in Wisconsin, to which state the father had migrated as a young man.Lyman's History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 1 (of 2)|William Denison Lyman
They have migrated to Asia Minor at the instigation of their mollahs.The Turkish Empire, its Growth and Decay|Lord Eversley
With the consent of the Pope he migrated to a Benedictine convent, and became canon at Maillezais.A Short History of French Literature|George Saintsbury