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Pronunciation of Migrated: Learn how to pronounce Migrated in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word migrate:

verb (intransitive)
to go from one region, country, or place of abode to settle in another, esp in a foreign country
(of birds, fishes, etc) to journey between different areas at specific times of the year
Derived Forms
miˈgrator noun
Word Origin
C17: from Latin migrāre to change one’s abode

Example Sentences Including ‘migrate’

But even if we choose not to migrate outward, we have already chosen to continue man’s upward progress here on earth.
Tepper, Sheri S. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
But suppose she could replace all of his memories, one by one, as minerals migrate through a fallen log to create petrified wood.
Zindell, David THE BROKEN GOD
Each winter, flocks of birds numbering in the tens of thousands migrate from the northern islands and build their nests there.
Zindell, David THE BROKEN GOD
Leaves fall from the trees, birds migrate , the signs of life disappear one by one.
Crowley, Vivianne PHOENIX FROM THE FLAME
Many species would simply be unable to adapt or migrate to new habitats.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2004)
Research teams are unsettled by takeovers and talent can migrate.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
The monarch butterfly pin is the 12th in a series of 18. Monarch butterflies can travel more than 1,600 km when they migrate.
EDMONTON SUN (2003)
The ospreys and their parents will migrate to Africa next month.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Then, for example, the movement of tumour cells could be followed as they migrate.
NEW SCIENTIST (2003)