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e-, 向外。-migr, 迁徙，移动，词源同move, migrate.
- emigrate (v.)
- 1778, a back-formation from emigration, or else from Latin emigratus, past participle of emigrare "move away." In 19c. U.S., "to remove from one state to another state or territory." Related: Emigrated; emigrating.
- 1. The men emigrate to work as seamen.
- 2. Economists warn that enormous pressures could build up, forcing people to emigrate westwards.
- 3. Everybody was flabbergasted when I announced I was going to emigrate to Australia.
- 4. Political changes in eastern Europe opened the floodgates to thousands of people who wished to emigrate.
- 5. The family decided to shake the dust off their feet and emigrate to Australia.
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