Definitions for relocateriˈloʊ keɪt, ˌri loʊˈkeɪt
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word relocate
become established in a new location
"Our company relocated to the Midwest"
move or establish in a new location
"We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high"
to move (something) from one place to another.
We had to relocate the magazine rack because we bruised our shins on it too frequently when it was near the door.
to change one's domicile or place of business.
Alfred relocated to Colorado Springs to take advantage of the boom in the defense industry.
Origin: from re- + locate
to locate again
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Fourth grade social studies, are you willing to relocate.
The only thing you can do in the short term is relocate part of the production process abroad. Otherwise you have no chance and you don't get the orders.
Worse, it will drive us to relocate our business planning and R&D overseas, where we are being welcomed by foreign countries eager for investment in this new technology area.
There is no use in talking about a ceasefire from the side of the rebels. They are not withdrawing arms, they are not observing the ceasefire, they continue to relocate units and increase their number of tanks and rocket launchers.
We don't follow the suggestion that we should simply accept higher client numbers (margins) in America and lower client numbers in Europe, if we don't solve this margin question, one clearing house in Europe is already saying I have to relocate to the United States.
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