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Definition of relocate verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  

relocate

 verb
verb
NAmE//ˌriˈloʊkeɪt//
 
[intransitive, transitive]Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they relocate
 
he / she / it relocates
 
past simple relocated
 
-ing form relocating
 
 
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(especially of a company or workers) to move or to move someone or something to a new place to work or operate The firm may be forced to relocate from New York to Stamford. Some were unwilling to relocate. relocate something The company relocated its head office to Stamford.
NAmE//ˌriloʊˈkeɪʃn//
 
noun [uncountable, countable] relocation costs
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