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verb as in move

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Washington finally got to play in the NFL for three seasons starting in 1946, when the Cleveland Rams relocated to Los Angeles and wanted to play in a public stadium.

Students and entrepreneurs either gave up on their dreams or relocated out of the state.

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The city faced the prospect of having to quickly relocate hundreds of workers if it couldn’t find a solution.

Jimmy Patronis, the state’s chief financial officer, issued a letter to the International Olympic Committee and its president, Thomas Bach, on Monday, encouraging the IOC to consider relocating the competition to Florida.

He began playing for the Milwaukee Braves in 1954 and moved with the team when they relocated to Atlanta in 1966.

It has taken more than that so far to just relocate the population and shore up the buildings.

Much of the money meant to restore the center and rebuild the houses has gone instead to relocate the residents.

The money would have gone to compensate the victims, pay for future health screenings, and in some cases relocate households.

Congressional restrictions have made it more difficult to transfer or relocate Guantánamo detainees.

So nasty, indeed, that Bates was forced to temporarily relocate from her London flat after receiving death threats.

Up to 20 or 25 individual whales would relocate to other areas, increasing competition for food there.

In more recent years, efforts have been made to relocate the bishop's church in the West End.

If I relocate the mine I am to receive twenty thousand in cash and ten per cent.

Now, Mrs. Paine, would you please locate—take the 45-inch package and relocate it where you first saw it?

A home-hunting force, seeking to relocate the surviving members of our race.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to relocate, such as: advance, carry, change, dislocate, disturb, and impel.

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