migration
[mʌɪˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
migrations (plural noun)
  1. seasonal movement of animals from one region to another.
    "this butterfly's annual migration across North America"
    synonyms:
    relocation · resettling · population movement · transhumance · moving ·
    moving abroad · emigration · expatriation · posting · exodus · departure · hegira · defection · trek · diaspora · Völkerwanderung · departure · passage · flight · run
    • movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions.
      "the extensive rural-to-urban migration has created a severe housing shortage"
  2. movement from one part of something to another.
    "there is virtually no cell migration in plants"
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How to use migration in a sentence?
the extensive rural-to-urban migration has created a severe housing shortage.
most birders are hoping to find the wind-blown vagrants of migration.
this butterfly's annual migration across North America.
migration can regulate the local density of animals.
there is virtually no cell migration in plants.
his work chronicles 20th-century migration.
the migration of suburbanites to the city.
the shoreward migration of fish.
How to say migration in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)migrasie
Arabic (NOUN)الهجرة, الترحيل, هجرة, ترحيل
Bangla মাইগ্রেশন
Bosnian (Latin) migracija
Bulgarian (NOUN)миграция, мигриране, преселване
Cantonese (Traditional) 遷移
Catalan (NOUN)migració
Chinese Simplified 迁移
Chinese Traditional 遷移
Croatian (NOUN)migracije, seoba, preseljenje, premještanja, imigracija
Czech (NOUN)migrace, přenesení, stéhování, přistěhovalectví, přenášení, přechod
Danish (NOUN)overførsel, indvandring, træk, overgangen
Dutch (NOUN)migratie, overgang, overstap
Estonian (NOUN)migratsiooni, rände, ränne, siirdamise, sisserände, üleminekut
Fijian biuvanua
Filipino migrasyon
Finnish (NOUN)muuttoliike, siirron, maahanmuutto
German (NOUN)Wanderung, Umstellung
Greek (NOUN)μετανάστευση, μετεγκατάστασης, µετανάστευσης, μετάπτωση, μετάβαση
Haitian Creole imigrasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)ההעברה, הגירה, העברה, העברת, הסבות, נדידת, ההגירה, הנדידה, להעברת, נדידה
Hindi (NOUN)माइग्रेशन, प्रवासन, प्रवास, पलायन, स्थानांतरण
Hungarian (NOUN)áttelepítési, migráció, elköltözés, vándorlási, áttérési, bevándorlás, átállási
Icelandic (NOUN)fólksflutninga, yfirfærslu, flutningur
Indonesian (NOUN)migrasi
Italian (NOUN)migrazione, delle migrazioni, espansione
Japanese (NOUN)移行, マイグレーション, 移住, 移動
Kiswahili (NOUN)uhamaji, uhamiaji
Korean (NOUN)마이그레이션, 이주
Latvian (NOUN)migrācijas, pāreja, imigrāciju
Lithuanian (NOUN)migracijos, perkėlimo, išsiskyrimo, perėjimą
Malagasy fifindra-monina
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)pemindahan, penghijrahan, migrasi
Maltese (NOUN)migrazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål migrasjon
Persian (NOUN)مهاجرت, انتقال, کوچ
Polish (NOUN)migracji, imigracja
Portuguese (NOUN)migração
Querétaro Otomi migración
Romanian (NOUN)migrare
Russian (NOUN)миграции, переноса
Samoan malaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) миграције
Serbian (Latin) migracije
Slovak (NOUN)migrácie, prechod, prisťahovalectvo
Slovenian (NOUN)migracije, selitev, preseljevanje, priseljevanja, molekuli
Spanish (NOUN)migración
Swedish (NOUN)flyttning, postmigrering, invandring, övergången
Tahitian tere
Tamil குடியேற்றம்
Telugu వలస
Thai (NOUN)โยกย้าย, ย้าย
Tongan hikifonua
Turkish (NOUN)geçiş, göç, göçü, taşıma, göçün, yükseltme
Ukrainian (NOUN)міграції, перехід, переселення, перенесення
Urdu (NOUN)منتقلی, مائگریشن, ہجرت
Vietnamese (NOUN)di cư, di chuyển, di trú, nhập cư
Welsh (NOUN)ymfudo, mudo, fudo, mewnfudo, allfudo
Yucatec Maya migración
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