To move from one country or region and settle in another.(verb-intransitive)
To change location periodically, especially by moving seasonally from one region to another.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "migrate" in a sentence
"For most, the decision to migrate is driven by a need to survive, not free choice."
"Qualcomm today announced the opening of a factory to make its mirasol displays, and a Wi-Fi chip designed for home networking — both efforts to keep the company a top chipmaker even as carriers migrate from the CDMA technology that provides so much of its profits."
"As we migrate from the desktop to the web, the way that we want to be perceived by our friends will determine where we also spend most of our time “performing” or constructing our identity (through what we “do” — i.e. activity streams)."