[ out-mahy-greyt ]
/ ˈaʊtˌmaɪ greɪt /
verb (used without object), out-mi·grat·ed, out-mi·grat·ing.
to leave a region, community, etc., to move or settle into a different part of one's country or home territory: People are no longer out-migrating from the South in such large numbers.
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Origin of out-migrate
First recorded in 1950–55
OTHER WORDS FROM out-migrateout-mi·gra·tion, noun
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